It is a violation of University policy for students to knowingly affiliate with groups, teams, or organizations that have had their University recognition suspended or permanently revoked by the University for disciplinary reasons. The definition of affiliation includes joining, rushing, pledging or being involved in any activity that would normally be associated with being a member of such an organization. This applies to organizations that were created by members of a derecognized organization in an attempt to continue its presence on campus.
Noncompliance with the terms of any student conduct hearing sanction. An example of this conduct includes, but is not limited to, a failure to complete assigned educational or restorative terms assigned as outcomes to a disciplinary proceeding.
Lying or materially misrepresenting information to an official University body or officer, including a member of the Department of Public Safety. Examples of this conduct include, but are not limited to, providing false identification of oneself or others and lying in the course of a student conduct investigation or hearing.
Actions that result in or can be reasonably expected to result in harm to a person or persons. Examples of this conduct include, but are not limited to, the throwing, hurling, or firing of projectiles without regard for the safety of others, and physical assault. Assault is defined as any unwelcome physical contact that is intentional or reckless including, but not limited to, striking, slapping, hitting, biting, punching, shoving, or kicking another person.
Subjecting another person or group to uninvited or unwelcome behaviors that are abusive, threatening, intimidating, or humiliating. This includes, but is not limited to, those based on race, color, religion, sex, disability, age, national or ethnic origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, or status as a veteran.
Failure to comply with the proper directive(s) of a University official. Examples of this conduct include, but are not limited to, refusing to identify oneself or refusing to present University identification to a University staff member, failing to submit immunization records to Health Services, and failing to attend mandatory meetings or trainings.
D.7.a Drugs: Illegal or unauthorized possession or use of drugs. This includes, but is not limited to, prescription medications that are not prescribed to the user. Marijuana is not allowed on campus, regardless of whether an individual is permitted by a governmental authority to use marijuana due to a medical condition.
D.7.b Drugs: Manufacture of drugs.
D.7.c Drugs: Sale, provision, or possession with intent to sell or provide drugs or drug paraphernalia to others.