Potential Sanctions for Violations of Prohibited Behaviors
- Restitution: Compensation for loss, damage or injury to college property
- Educational Sanctions: An educational sanction requiring attendance or participation in a pre-arranged class, program, or activity designed to prevent behaviors via education. These could include work assignments, essays, community service, and other related educational assignments.
- Formal Warning: Formal warnings emphasize to the student that further violations will result in progressive sanctioning.
- Conduct Probation: Conduct Probation serves as a warning to students that they are not in good standing with the College, and that further violations of the Code of Conduct could result in additional sanctions up to and including Suspension or Dismissal.
- Facility Suspension: The student no longer has the privilege of entering or using a particular facility or building for a specified period of time or until a specific condition is met.
- Facility Expulsion: Facility Expulsion entails the permanent loss of privileges to use a building or facility for an unlimited period of time.
- Loss of Privileges: Loss of Privileges entails denial of specified privileges for a designated period of time.
- Suspension: Suspension entails the termination of a student’s enrollment for a particular period of time or until specific conditions are met. Suspended students may not be present on college property or at college sponsored events.
- Dismissal: Dismissal entails the termination of a student’s enrollment with the College. Dismissed students are prohibited from being present on college property or at college sponsored events.