A student may be trespassed from all, or part, of any property and environ of Indiana State University when their presence has been found to be a disruption or the person has no contractual/educational reason for entering the building or property.
Persona Non Grata is a term used to describe a suspended or expelled person who is no longer allowed on any, property owned, leased or operated by Indiana State University. This is a sanction attached to a decision following a formal process and enforced by the University police.
Students may be subject to arrest and prosecution for criminal trespass. If a person is being disruptive and does not attend or work for Indiana State University, they may be trespassed from all property. A student may be trespassed from a particular building or area of campus.
An administrative trespass is authorized by the Director of a particular facility or designee. The Office of Student Conduct and Integrity may recommend a student be administratively trespassed following the disciplinary action.
A written petition may be submitted to the University official from whom the trespass was ordered. This petition must detail the specific reasons for the request of unrestricted access to the property or environs of Indiana State University.
The University official responsible for the trespass order will then review the petition and decide whether or not to grant access.
If the University official responsible for the trespass grants permission for the trespassed student to have access to specific areas, the student must have in his/her possession a copy of the letter granting that access.
Violation of this status may result in arrest and prosecution for criminal trespass. Violation of this status may also result in further disciplinary action.