Category Two Violations

Sanctions assigned as disciplinary responses to Category Two violations may include, but are not limited to:

  • Conduct Probation for either a definite or indefinite period;
  • Accountability agreement with university staff or faculty;
  • Loss of privilege;
  • In cases of Chapel violations, loss of Chapel credits;
  • Minimum fine of $50 and/or restitution;
  • Discretionary assignments;
  • Loss or reduction of scholarships;
  • Participation in educational programming; and/or
  • Suspension or Dismissal.

Category Two violations include, but are not limited to:

  • Repeated or severe Category One violations.
  • Violation of the visitation policies of residence halls and University Park apartments.
  • Repeated violations of curfew policies for freshmen and for sophomores pledging a social club.
  • Violation of the university Chapel attendance policy.
  • Violation of the university Chapel integrity policy.
  • Repeated violations of the university academic integrity policy
  • Certain violations of the university alcohol policy.
  • Failure to comply with a directive of a university official acting in the performance of his or her duties.
  • Disrespectful behavior toward a university staff or faculty member.
  • Knowingly providing false or misleading information to a university authority, including all staff and faculty.
  • Engaging or threatening to engage in behavior that would cause significant damage to university property or to the personal property of others.
  • Minor instances of disruptive behavior during Chapel, in class, in a residence hall or any other University assembly.
  • Unauthorized possession or use of university keys.
  • Unauthorized entry or use of university buildings, facilities, equipment, supplies or resources.
  • Possession or use of fireworks or chemicals that are of an explosive or corrosive nature.
  • Possession of stolen property.
  • Possession and/or use of pornography of any kind.
  • Violation of law or university policy related to computer use or copyright infringement (ex. peer to peer file sharing).
  • Theft of services, including failure to meet financial obligations for professional and/or rental agreements.
  • Forgery, alteration or misuse of university documents, forms, records, or identification cards.
  • Any activity that qualifies under applicable criminal law as a misdemeanor, regardless if charges are filed.