Restrictions and stipulations that may be added to disciplinary
Students found responsible for violating the
Code of Student Conduct may have
certain restrictions and/or Stipulations assigned to the disciplinary
action. These include:
- Writing a statement outlining plans for changing behavior, and
preparing personal and academic goals. Statements may also be
required in which the student acknowledges the understanding that
any further violation of University regulations will be cause for
his or her Suspension or Expulsion.
- Assisting staff members in carrying out some function, which is
related to his or her violation of regulations (i.e., to serve as a
fire marshal during a fire drill for violation of failure to obey a
- Requirement of maintaining specified grade point average during
given semester or semesters.
- Regular meetings (individual or group) during the probationary
period with a member of the University faculty/staff.
- Financial restitution for damages to or theft of property.
Accompanying this situation is the requirement that the student show
a receipt for payment by a given date to the Office of Student
Conduct and Integrity
in order to avoid further conduct action and an encumbrance of
- Requirement to relocate to another floor in his/her residence
hall or to another hall. Some cases may lead to a
recommendation to Residential Life that the privilege of residing in
University Housing be revoked. These recommendations may
include a stipulation banning the student from a particular floor,
hall, or from the entire housing system. Violation of a no trespass
warning is cause for arrest and criminal prosecution.
- Participation in structured activities, such as volunteer
service, finding part-time employment, or participation in or
attendance at an organized program.
- Writing a statement demonstrating knowledge of the need for and
an understanding of information contained in the
Code of Student Conduct.
- For cases referred by Public Safety and the student also appears
in City or County Courts and which involved alcohol or drug abuse,
anger, violence or other psychological issues, the student must
provide documentation to the Office of Student Conduct and
Integrity from this court
outlining the disposition of the pending criminal charges against
the student. If a psychological assessment is ordered, the
student must also provide documentation from the appropriate
licensed professional outlining the recommendations of that
assessment and that he or she has successfully completed those
- For non-police cases involving alcohol or drug abuse, anger,
violence or other psychological issues, the student must seek a
psychological assessment with the Student Counseling Center or
licensed counselor of choice. The student must provide
documentation from the counselor to the Office of Student Conduct
outlining the recommendations from the assessment and proof that he
or she has successfully completed the recommendations.
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