Disciplinary Action Items

A student is subject to disciplinary action by the College, up to and including permanent expulsion, for misconduct on any property owned or controlled by the College, or off campus at any function which is authorized, sponsored, or conducted by the College or in parking lots adjacent to areas or buildings where College functions are being conducted. Such misconduct shall include the commission of, or the attempt to commit, any of the following offenses:

  1. Any form of dishonesty, including cheating, plagiarism, or furnishing incomplete or false information to the College.
  2. Forgery, alteration, or misuse of College documents, exams, records, vehicle registration, verification, or identification.
  3. Disorderly or disruptive conduct, including rioting, inciting to riot, assembling to riot, reckless endangerment, raiding, inciting to raid, harassment, bullying, cyberbullying and assembling to raid College properties. This offense also includes in-class behavior that unduly disrupts the order of a class and discrimination based on gender stereotypes or any other form.
  4. Lewd, indecent, obscene, or unduly offensive behavior or expression. This offense includes but is not limited to stalking and the usage of verbal or symbolic expressions that would tend to be reasonably interpreted as insulting to one’s race, gender, religion, age, national origin, or disability.
  5. Improper use of products for purposes of altering mood or state of being. This includes the misuse of legal products such as inhalants.
  6. Participation in any form of gambling.
  7. Unauthorized access of College facilities, including dorms.
  8. Unauthorized possession of a key to College facilities.
  9. Unauthorized interference with the use of or access to a College facility.
  10. Any form of littering, including, but not limited to, tobacco products such as cigarette butts.
  11. Obstruction of the free flow of pedestrian or vehicular traffic on College premises or College sponsored functions.
  12. Being present during any violation of College policy or the Student Code of Conduct in such a way as to condone or encourage that violation. Students who anticipate or observe a violation are expected, if possible, to report any potential violation before it occurs or to report details of the violation after it occurs.
  13. Violation of any College policy or regulation as published or referred to in the College Catalog/Student Handbook or by campus signage, including, but not limited to, those governing the time, place, and manner of public expression; the registration of student organizations; the use of computers; copyright laws; and use or parking of motor vehicles on the campus.
  14. Acts of animal cruelty or abuse, as well as failure to report such acts that occur on the College Campus.
  15. Violation of any federal, state, or local law or ordinance.