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Code of Conduct
Generally, the College defines a violation of community standards to which a student may be held accountable as follows:
1. Violation of the Academic Honesty Policy, including but not limited to, cheating and plagiarism.
2. Abusive, threatening or dangerous behavior, including but not limited to fighting, physical abuse, verbal abuse, threatening statements or behavior, or any conduct which threatens the health, safety or wellbeing of any person or any aspect of the College community. This includes, but is not limited to, fighting or intent to instigate violence or abuse, intimidation and harassment.
3. Sexual Misconduct. Violations of the sexual misconduct policy include, but are not limited to, sexual assault, abuse or harassment.
4. Damage to College, public or private property including, but not limited to, physical damage, improper disposal of trash and littering on College grounds.
5. Violation of the Alcohol Policy.
6. Violation of the Drug Policy.
7. Violation of the Housing Agreement or other residential life policies, including, but not limited to the:
A. Noise or Quiet Hour Policy;
B. Trash Policy;
C. Guest Policy;
D. Pet Policy.
8. Disorderly conduct, including but not limited to acts which breach the peace, and/or are lewd, indecent or obscene and/or intentional disruption or obstruction of teaching, research, administration, disciplinary procedures, other College activities or activities authorized to take place on College property.
9. Failure to comply with the directions of College, local, state or federal officials while in performance of their official duties. This shall include, but is not limited to, failure to give proper identification when requested.
10. Any violation of fire safety and security policies or procedures.
11. Acts of non-academic dishonesty, including, but not limited to, furnishing false information to any College, local, state or federal official.
12. Violation of a student or community member's rights or privileges, including but not limited to verbal or written harassment, abuse, hazing and/or disrespect to any person.
13. Violation of rules or policies governing the College or any aspect of its facilities, resources or services, including but not limited to;
A. Violation of the Tobacco Free Policy;
B. Unauthorized entry into or occupation of College facilities/buildings;
C. Unauthorized altercation, fabrication or misuse of college identification card system;
D. Violation of Dining Services policies or regulations;
E. Violation of Parking and Traffic Regulations.
14. Violation of the Information Technology Policy and/or the Student Technology Use Policy, including but not limited to: sending, receiving, downloading, printing, or displaying pornographic, obscene, lewd, or sexually harassing, or otherwise offensive images or text. Sending email, instant messaging, texting, making phone calls or sending or facilitating the sending of any communication which is of a harassing, threatening, defamatory, intimidating, or obscene manner is also considered a violation of the Information Technology Policy.
15. Any violation of federal, state, or local law not otherwise covered by the Dean College Community Standards.
*For more information regarding specific policies, students should visit the Student Conduct & Community Standards page on Today@Dean.