Standards of Student Conduct at Brown Dining
Students who dine in Brown Dining facilities are held to the same behavioral standards that exist through all aspects of University life. Brown Dining policies are consistent with the University's Standards of Student Conduct. The following constitute violations of Brown Dining Policy, as do all violations of the Standards of Student Conduct which either occur in a Brown Dining facility or interfere with Brown Dining's ability to operate its businesses:
- Removal of any food (concealed or not) from an all-you-care-to-eat dining hall. Though unlimited portions are available, meal rates are based on the amount of food consumed within the confines of the dining halls. Brown Dining reserves the right to prohibit the use of backpacks or other large bags in facilities, as well as to inspect bags.
- Consumption of any food or drink in an all-you-care-to-eat dining hall without paying.
- Consumption of any food or drink in the service area of a retail eatery, the concealment of food, or the removal of food from any retail premises without paying.
- Theft of any utensils, dishware, glasses or any other supplies or equipment from a dining hall or catered event.
- Entering, or attempting to enter, a dining hall through an unauthorized entrance.
- Fraudulent use of a Brown University ID card, which includes attempting to use someone else's card to either gain access to a dining hall or to pay for your purchase.
- Harassment of Brown Dining employee, customer, vendor or visitor.
- Possession of alcoholic beverages, illegal substances or drug paraphernalia in any eatery.
- Damage to or destruction of Brown Dining equipment or facilities.