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Acts of Misconduct

The following actions are considered acts of misconduct and can land you in a conduct meeting:

  • Committing or encouraging an assault or violent attack (see also the Sexual Assault Policy, The Source, p. 63)

  • Hazing (see also the Hazing Policy, The Source, p. 92)

  • Consuming or selling alcohol illegally (see also the Alcohol Policy, The Source, p. 58)

  • Damage or theft of University property

  • Encouraging or participating in a disruption of a University event, activity or class

  • Refusal to vacate an area when directed to do so by an authorized University employee

  • Illegal entry into any University facility

  • Occupation of all or part of any University facility

  • Tampering with safety equipment (smoke detectors, exit signs, fire extinguishers, etc.)

  • Possession or use of dangerous articles, weapons or substances

  • Possession, use or sale of illegal drugs or drug paraphernalia

  • Setting or causing a fire on University property

  • Interfering with the proper functioning of the University technology system

  • Providing false information to a University official performing his/her duties

  • Falsely reporting an emergency

  • Using University property or services in a manner inconsistent with their designated purpose

  • Failing to respond to a reasonable request of a University official

  • Failure to maintain a residential area at an acceptable standard as defined by Residential Life or Facilities

  • Acting disorderly (indecent behavior or trespassing on the rights of others)

  • Obstruction, coercion, or limiting the freedom of any person

  • Harassment, bullying or threatening of any kind

  • Discrimination or uncivil behavior based on race, color, sex, age, ethnicity, religion, disability, sexual orientation or gender identity

  • Committing any act that would constitute a crime under federal, state or municipal law