Commonwealth University Student Handbook: Code of Conduct
Lock Haven University of Pennsylvania
Engaging in conduct with the intent to harass, annoy, or alarm another person. This provision is not intended to prohibit constitutionally protected activity. The following behaviors are examples of harassing conduct when engaged in with the requisite intent: following another person in a common or public space; repeated communication during extremely inconvenient hours or after the other person objects to further communication; and otherwise engaging in a course of conduct that serves no legitimate purpose. This includes, but is not limited to, conduct in person or delivered by direct or indirect means via notes, phone calls, and/or use of social media or other electronic media.