Office of Student Conflict Resolution

Students are expected to comply with published University policies. The following behaviors, for example, contradict the values of the University community and are subject to action under this Statement.

  1. Physically harming another person including acts such as killing, assaulting, or battering
     
  2. Engaging in sexual misconduct as defined by the University's Student Sexual Misconduct Policy.  Students who are reported to have experienced or engaged in sexual misconduct are subject to the resolution procedures outlined in the Student Sexual Misconduct Policy
  3. Hazing
  4. Stalking, harassing, or bullying another person--physically, verbally, or through other means
     
  5. Perpetrating domestic violence / intimate partner violence (as prohibited in University of Michigan General University Policies and Procedures)
     
  6. Possessing, using, or storing firearms, explosives, or weapons on University controlled property or at University events or programs (unless approved by the Department of Public Safety; such approval will be given only in extraordinary circumstances)
     
  7. Tampering with fire or other safety equipment or setting unauthorized fires
     
  8. Illegally possessing or using alcohol
     
  9. Illegally distributing, manufacturing, or selling alcohol
     
  10. Illegally possessing or using drugs
     
  11. Illegally distributing, manufacturing, or selling drugs
     
  12. Intentionally and falsely reporting bombs, fires, or other emergencies to a University official
     
  13. Stealing, vandalizing, damaging, destroying, or defacing University property or the property of others
     
  14. Obstructing or disrupting classes, research projects, or other activities or programs of the University; or obstructing access to University facilities, property, or programs (except for behavior that is protected by the University's policy on Freedom of Speech and Artistic Expression)
     
  15. Making, possessing, or using any falsified University document or record; altering any University document or record, including identification cards and meal cards
     
  16. Assuming another person's identity or role through deception or without proper authorization. Communicating or acting under the guise, name, identification, email address, signature, or indicia of another person without proper authorization, or communicating under the rubric of an organization, entity, or unit that you do not have the authority to represent
     
  17. Failing to leave University controlled premises when told to do so by a police or security officer with reasonable cause
     
  18. Conviction, a plea of no contest, acceptance of responsibility, or acceptance of sanctions for a crime or civil infraction (other than a minor traffic offense) in state or federal court if the underlying behavior impacts the University community
     
  19. Misusing, failing to comply with, or jeopardizing Statement procedures, sanctions, or mediated agreements, or interfering with participants involved in the resolution process
     
  20. Violating University computer policies

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