Conduct Process Outcomes

If the Office of Community Standards or designee determines that a student is responsible for a violation of a University Standard of Conduct or regulation, the student shall be assigned one or more Conduct Process Outcomes. Factors that will be considered when determining an appropriate outcome may include, but are not limited to: the nature of the offense and the circumstances surrounding it; the student’s prior conduct violations (if any); the impact of the misconduct on the community as a whole, as well as on those directly involved in the incident; and past precedent (if any). Students must comply with Conduct Process Outcomes assigned by the Office of Community Standards staff and/or their designees. Failure to comply with an assigned outcome will be documented and may result in a referral to the University Conduct Process. Outcomes may include, but are not limited to, the following:

FORMATIVE OUTCOMES  

  • Workshops
  • Conversation with a University Partner
  • Meeting with a University Administrator
  • Written Assignments
  • Apology
  • Restitution

PROFESSIONAL REFERRAL OUTCOMES 

  • Alcohol Assessment
  • Alcohol Education or Counseling
  • Psychological Assessment
  • Random Drug Screening

ADMINISTRATIVE OUTCOMES

  • Verbal Warning
  • Written Warning
  • Football Gameday Check-In
  • On-Campus Housing Probation

LOSS OF PRIVILEGE OUTCOMES    

  • Loss of Parking and/or Campus Driving Privileges
  • Loss of Extra-Curricular Privileges
  • Loss of Specific Privileges within a Residence Hall
  • Loss of Opportunity to Live in Campus Housing 
  • Ban from an Area of Campus
  • No Contact Order

DISCIPLINARY STATUS OUTCOMES

  • Disciplinary Probation
    Defined as a specified period of observation and evaluation of a student’s conduct. Any violation of University or residence hall policy committed by a student on Disciplinary Probation is a serious violation and could result in dismissal from the University. A student placed on Disciplinary Probation may not participate in an international study abroad program or any other off-site University academic program during the period of his/her probation.  
     
  • Dismissal with the Opportunity to Apply for Readmission
    A separation from the University which provides the student an opportunity to apply for readmission after a specified period of time and after meeting all conditions specified at the time of dismissal.  An application to the University is required to seek readmission and readmission is not guaranteed. The University reserves the right to consider in its sole discretion, as a part of a student’s application for readmission, any pending and/or unresolved reports of alleged misconduct.
     
  • Permanent Dismissal
    A permanent separation from the University with no opportunity for readmission.