Action Plans and Sanctions
When students are found responsible for a violation of the Code of Community Standards, their Case Administrator or Board will develop and Action Plan that promotes student learning, addresses the impact of the student’s actions, connects the student with campus resources, and ultimately guides the student towards being a successful member of the campus community. This page provides an overview of some of the common sanctions assigned to students as part of their Action Plan.
The student’s outcome letter will provide all information needed to complete the requirements, including guidelines and deadlines. It is the student’s responsibility to adhere to any and all sanction requirements until/unless they are informed in writing of approved modifications.
Educational Sanctions are learning opportunities, including, but not limited to, written papers, drug and alcohol education and program attendance, designed to be completed by the Student. Examples and guidelines for the completion of common educational sanctions are provided below.
Interventions are structured opportunities to prompt changes to student behavior and prevent further misconduct, including, but not limited to, parental notification, alcohol and drug assessment and/or behavioral health assessment to be completed by a qualified professional and released to an appropriate University official. Examples and guidelines for the completion of common interventions are provided below.
Restorative sanctions are opportunities for students to take action to address the impact of their behavior, including, but not limited to, sanctioned service, letters of apology and restitution.
Bans, Restrictions, Deactivations, and Loss of Privileges
Bans, deactivations, and loss of privileges, include, but are not limited to, restrictions of access to University services, activities, facilities, registration, privileges or benefits applied at the discretion of the Case Administrator in response the Student’s behavior to ensure the safety of the campus community and/or maintain the order of the University and its operations.
Previously established and published fines may be imposed for certain violations of University policy, including, but not limited to, the Code of Community Standards, the Housing Contract, the Smoke-Free Campus Policy, and Traffic Rules and Regulations.