Disciplinary sanctions which may be imposed for a violation the Student Code of Conduct are listed here in order of their severity:
*Suspension or expulsion can occur even after a student withdraws if the withdrawal occurred while Student Code of Conduct charges were pending.
The person or Board levying or recommending the sanction may also impose or recommend any combination of the following and may also include them as terms of probation:
When appropriate, a student may be given the option of working off the equivalent of the fines and restitution for the College at minimum wage. Until fines or restitution have been paid, the College may deny a student the privilege of re-registering, may hold transcripts and/or diplomas, and may refuse to release information based on the student’s records.
In situations involving violations of city, state, and/or federal law, violence, or threats, the police may be informed of the occurrence.
Sanctions affecting a student’s residence in college-controlled housing may be imposed. These sanctions are loss of privileges within the living group and temporary or permanent removal from college-controlled housing. Students may be banned from further visitation.
Sanctions already imposed by civil or criminal process may be taken into account when any college sanction is imposed.
Extensive, organized, serious or repeated violations of this Code are taken into account when determining the appropriate sanction.
Confidential Report Line: 855-840-0070
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