Standards of Conduct

STUDENT HANDBOOK: Community Standards

The following actions by students violate College standards of conduct, as does committing, or assisting or facilitating in committing , any of these acts.

  1. Violence. Causing physical harm or the reasonable apprehension of harm to another person on or off campus.
  2. Harassment, abuse, coercion, or injurious conduct. Including, but not limited to, hazing in any form, physical or verbal abuse or threatening or intimidating behavior of any sort.
  3. Disruptive conduct. Behavior that, in the opinion of the College or any of its disciplinary officers or agencies, is disruptive to the processes or operations of the College or that interferes with its ability to carry out its functions or provide its members with services.
  4. Unauthorized entry. Unauthorized entry into a private room, office, studio or other College space, or an electronic account. This also includes the unauthorized possession, duplication, or use of College keys, or tampering with College locks.
  5. Theft. Theft or unauthorized use of property and/or services (electronic or otherwise) of another person or of the College.
  6. Fraud. Providing false, inaccurate, or misleading information to the College or a College official.
  7. Vandalism. The intentional or negligent destruction, defacement, or alteration of property belonging to the College or another person. This includes property stored electronically.
  8. Endangering behavior. Behavior that, in the opinion of the College or any of its disciplinary officers or agencies, endangers the health and safety of oneself or others.
  9. Unauthorized recording. The recording or photographing of an individual or group’s proceedings, performances, classes, lectures, programs, workshops, or other similar events without the specific authorization of the sponsoring individual, organization, faculty member, speaker, or other party related to the event.
  10. Violation of law. Violation of local, state, or federal law. Violation of the law may subject an individual to separate disciplinary action at the College.
  11. Failure to respond. Failure to respond to or comply with an instruction or request from a College official, faculty member, or staff member.
  12. Failure to comply. Failure to comply with, or the violation of, any College policy or rule.
  13. Violation of sanction. Violation of, or failure to fulfill or comply with, any sanction imposed by the College.

The Dean of Student Life oversees the administration of College rules, regulations, and policies as they apply to students.