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General Description
Requirements
Policy Provisions
Performance Evaluation
Subject Experts
Offenses and Sanctions
Policy

Document Number: CONDUCT--104 Revision #:
Document Owner: Executive VP Date Last Updated: 09/14/2012
Primary Author: Executive VP Status: Approved
Date Originally Created: 09/14/2012

General Description
Description:

Information about conduct offenses and possible sanctions.


Purpose:

Delineation of policy.


Scope:

Students


Responsibility: Dean of Students
Executive VP
Residence Life
Student Life

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Requirements
Relevant Knowledge: In order to comply with this policy you should know:
Current University policy
Federal statutes
Local statutes
National Greek policies
State statutes

Terms and Definitions: Additional training

Corrective Action

Expulsion

Fine

Loss of privilege, student

Suspension-student

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Policy Provisions
1.

Offenses and intent of the respondent


1. What was the respondent's motivation for engaging in the prohibited behavior?

2. Did he or she intentionally violate a policy?

3. Was he or she aware of the possible consequences or was there some plausible explanation?

4. Was there physical damage or personal harm?

5. What were the potential consequences of the behavior?

6. If not caught, would physical damage or personal harm have occurred?

7. What potential harm might the respondent or others have suffered?

8. Is the respondent of legal drinking age?

9. Does the respondent show a pattern of abusing alcohol or other drugs?

10. Did the use of alcohol or other drugs affect the respondent's judgment?

11. Is he or she willing to accept responsibility for the behavior?

12. Does he or she refuse to cooperate?

13. What is the respondent's past conduct record?

14. What significant aggravating or mitigating factors would warrant a lesser or more severe sanction?

15. What action by the Team would help the respondent learn from this experience?

16. Is the sanction in any way humiliating or demeaning?

17. Is the sanction realistic for the respondent to carry out?

18. Does the sanction fit the behavior?

19. Do the sanctions comport with federal privacy laws?

 


2.

Sanctions available


1. Written warning

2. Disciplinary probation

3. Community service

4. Sanction programs

5. Presentations

6. Papers

7. Projects

8. Suspension

9. Dismissal

10. Restitution

11. Other sanctions


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Performance Evaluation
Performance Metrics: Compliance with standard policy and procedure

Consequences: Expulsion
Further training
Loss of priveleges
Suspension-student

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Subject Experts
The following may be consulted for additional information.
Executive VP

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