Sanctioning_Information

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OSC Recommended Sanctions
Recommended Sanctions
Below is a list of common sanction guidelines. This is NOT a prescribed rubric, NOR should it be interpreted as exhaustive or
final. The hearing officer MAY DEVIATE from the guidelines below based upon the circumstances of the case and criteria that
may be considered. Each case is different and warrants individual attention.
FERPA: Parental Notifications will be made via letter to the students’ parents whenever the student is found to be in
violation of the university’s drug or alcohol policy and as permitted by law.
Alcohol Violations
Drug Violations
Good Neighbor Policy Violations
Other Violations
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OSC Recommended Sanctions
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Alcohol Violations*
*The following shall be considered aggravating circumstances and result in increased sanctions (may not be subject to the list
below): DUI; social hosting; possession of beer funnels, beer pong tables, or other paraphernalia used for drinking games
and/or abusive drinking, presence or playing of any drinking games.
Violation
Underage Possession of
Large Quantity or Central Enabling Underage
Intoxication
Alcohol
Source
Consumption of Alcohol
Requiring
Protective Custody
and/or Medical
Assistance
1st Offense
 AlcoholEDU or
 Probation
 Probation
 Probation
ResLife.Net
 Fee - $60
 Fee - $60
 Fee - $60
 Fee - $30
 AlcoholEDU or
 Education
 BASICS
 Probation if
ResLife.Net
Applicable
nd
2 Offense
 Probation
 Housing Separation
 Housing Separation
 Housing
and University
and University
Separation
 BASICS
Probation
Probation
and University
 AA/NA Meeting
Probation
 Fee - $60
 Fee - $60
Attendance
 Fee - $60
 Education and/or
 Education and/or
 Fee - $60
Referral
Referral
 Referral for
Professional
Help
rd
3 Offense
 Housing and/or
 Suspension and
 Suspension and
 Suspension
University Separation
Intervention prior to
Intervention prior to
and
readmit
readmit
Intervention
 Fee - $60
prior to
 Professional Referral
readmit
OSC Recommended Sanctions
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Drug Violations (Marijuana)*
*Drugs other than marijuana may result in separation (suspension or dismissal) from the university. Distribution of drugs,
including marijuana, will result in separation (suspension or dismissal) from the university.
Violation
Odor of Marijuana
Small Quantity
Small Quantity
Large Quantity
(Housing Health and Safety
Violation)
Possession On-Campus
Possession or Use in
(Anywhere on
Residence Halls
Campus)
1st Offense
 Warning
 Probation
 Probation
 Housing
(Strict/deferred loss
Separation
 Community Education
 Fee - $100
of
residence)
and/or
 Probation if
 Education
University
 Fee - $100
Applicable
Separation
 Education
 Fee - $100
 Housing Separation if
 Education
applicable
nd
2 Offense
 Probation and/or
 Housing Separation
 Housing Separation
 University
Housing Separation
and University
and University
separation
Probation
Probation
and
 Fee - $100
intervention
 Fee - $100
 Fee - $100
 Drug Education
prior to
 Education and/or
 Education and/or
readmit
Referral
Referral
 University
Separation if
applicable
rd
3 Offense
 Housing Separation
 Separation from the
 Separation from the
and University
University and
University and
Probation
intervention prior to
intervention prior to
readmit
readmit
 Fee - $100
 Referral
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OSC Recommended Sanctions
Good Neighbor Policy Violations*
The following shall be considered aggravating circumstances and result in increased sanctions: possession and/or use of drugs
(including marijuana); interference of police duties; failure to cooperate with police; conduct that results in arrest, transport to
the hospital either by the respondent or someone at the gathering, excessively large gatherings, and any other behavior at the
discretion of the hearing officer which brings into question the suitability of the respondent.
Violation
Small Gathering
Small Gathering
Large Gathering
Large Gathering
No Underage Alcohol Use
Underage Alcohol Use
No Underage Alcohol Use
Underage Alcohol
Documented
Documented (Alcohol
Documented
Use Documented
Present)
(Alcohol Present)
1st Offense
 Probation
 Probation
 Probation (Stricter
 Probation
Probationary Status)
(Deferred
 Education
 Education
Suspension)
 Education
 Fee - $30 ($60 for
 Or
 Community Service
Host)
Suspension
 Education
 Fee - $60
nd
2 Offense
 Probation (Deferred
 Housing Separation
 Probation (Deferred
 University
Loss of Housing
and University
Loss of Housing or
separation
and/or Deferred
Probation or Strict
Deferred
(suspension)
Suspension)
Probation
Suspension)
 Education
 Fee - $60
 Education
 Community Service
 Education and/or
 Community Service
Referral
3rd Offense
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
Housing Separation
or University
Separation or
Probation
Other

Separation from the
University and
intervention prior to
readmit

Separation from the
University
OSC Recommended Sanctions
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Other Violations*
*This list should NOT be considered exhaustive NOR should the common applied sanction for violation be considered final.
# Type of Violation
Minimum Maximum Common Sanctions
Sanction
Sanction
Applied for Violation
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Academic Misconduct*
Warning
Dismissal
 Determined by the
Faculty Member.
*Subsequent offenses will result in additional conduct action
 Typically a 0 for the
being pursued after the case with the faculty is resolved. 2nd
assignment or a 0
Offense: Suspension for 1 year. 3rd Offense: Dismissal
for the course.
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Assaulting, striking, shoving, slapping, kicking, fighting
Suspension Dismissal
 Suspension /
(regardless of who started the fight) or in any way threatening
Dismissal
or causing physical harm to another, including university
 Counseling Referral
employees
or Education
 Academic Paper
 No Contact
 Restrictions
 Restitution
3
Harassment of another person by verbal, non-verbal (any
Probation
Dismissal
 Referral
actions, threats, gestures, and/or words directed toward another
 Academic Paper
person which have the purpose to incite breach of peace, create
 Education
a hostile environment, or cause emotional distress to that person
 No Contact
because of the humiliating, degrading, intimidating, insulting,
 Restrictions
coercive, ridiculing, annoying and/or alarming nature of the
 Apology
conduct. It may involve a pattern of conduct.)
4
Sexual Harassment
Probation
Dismissal
 Suspension /
Dismissal
 Referral
 Education
 No Contact
 Restrictions
5
Sexual Misconduct
Probation
Dismissal
 Suspension /
Dismissal
6
OSC Recommended Sanctions
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Sexual Assault
Suspension Dismissal
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Alcohol Policy*
*Probationary statuses typically last a minimum of 1 semester.
Multiple probationary statuses (a step program) are common.
Drug Policy*
*Probationary statuses typically last a minimum of 1 semester.
Multiple probationary statuses (a step program) are common.
Violation of the Hazing Prohibition Policy
Warning
Dismissal
Warning
Dismissal
Probation
Dismissal
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10 Acts of Dishonesty, including but not limited to the following: (1)
furnishing false information to a University official or law
enforcement officer, (2) forgery, alteration, or misuse of any
document, record or instrument of identification of the
University, including a University parking permit; (3) possessing
false identification
11 Failure to comply with directives of University employees,
Probation
Warning
Suspension
Suspension
Referral
Education
No Contact
Conditions upon
readmit
 Suspension /
Dismissal
 Evaluation &
Counseling
 No Contact
 Condition for
readmit
See Alcohol Sanctioning
Sheet Above
See Drug Sanctioning
Sheet Above
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Apology
Conversation with
Staff Member
Counseling
Education
Restrictions
Probation
Probation
Apology
Conversation with
Staff Member
Counseling
Education
Apology
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OSC Recommended Sanctions
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conduct officers, or law enforcement officials acting in
performance of their duties and/or failure to identify oneself to
or report to those persons who have requested to do so.
12 Failure to abide by an administrative request: no contact or
restriction letter
Strict
Probation
Dismissal
13 Disruption of University operations, academics, residence hall, or Probation
the community (by an individual or group)
Dismissal
14 Conduct that is disorderly, indecent, or lewd, reckless behavior,
breach of peace, or aiding, abetting or procuring another person
to preach the peace on University premises or at functions
sponsored by or participated in by the University
15 Violation of the weapons policy
Probation
Suspension
Probation
Dismissal
Possession of any dangerous and/or illegal weapon may result in
dismissal from the university.
16 Attempted or actual theft, mutilation, destruction, defacement
and/or damage to property
Probation
Suspension
17 Parking Violations
Agreement
/ Warning
Suspension
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Conversation with
Staff Member
Academic Paper
Education
Probation
Strict Probation
Restrictions
Suspension /
Dismissal
Probation
Apology
Referral
Academic Paper
Restrictions
Probation
Apology
Referral
Education
Suspension /
Dismissal
Referral
Education
Restrictions
Probation
Restitution
Referral
Apology
Education
Restrictions
Consent Agreement
Loss of Parking
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OSC Recommended Sanctions
18 Reckless Operation of a Vehicle
19 Failure to evacuate University facilities when ordered to do so or
willfully disregarding any emergency or fire signal
20 Tampering with any fire safety equipment or falsely setting of a
fire alarm.
Probation
Probation
Suspension
Suspension
Probation
Dismissal
Acts of arson or starting any fires shall result in suspension or
dismissal from the University.
21 Illegal Gambling
Probation
Suspension
22 Acceptable Use Violations
Probation
Dismissal
Acceptable use violations very widely. Acts of harassment will
be treated as both an acceptable use violation and harassment.
Attempts to hack, misuse the network, other computers, expose
confidential information, theft, illegal activity, or using info to
expose another’s private or confidential information may result
in suspension or dismissal.
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Warning
Suspension
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Privileges / Vehicle
Towing
Restrictions
Loss of Parking
privileges / Vehicle
Towing
Restrictions
Probation
Probation
$75 Fine or
Community Service
with FD
Education
Loss of Housing
Suspension
$75 Fine
Education
Restrictions
Education
Research Paper
Referral
Probation
Meeting with Staff
Member
Restrictions of IT
Access
Apology
Education
Pronation
Loss of guest
privileges
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OSC Recommended Sanctions
24 Other Violations not specifically named above
Please consult with Office of Student Conduct Staff
25 Violations of Federal, State or Local Laws regardless of where
they occur
Please consult with Office of Student Conduct Staff
Warning
Dismissal
Warning
Dismissal
 Restrictions
Consult with Office of
Student Conduct Staff
Appropriate provisions
depend on the nature of
the violation of law.
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