disruptive behavior

August 28, 2013

Extreme forms of disruptive behavior may threaten the physical safety of students, staff and visitors.
Examples include, but are not limited to: …
* Verbal abuse
* Threatening behavior and actions
* Intimidation and stalking

Disruptive Behavior

August 28, 2013

Example of Classroom Disruptive Behavior Print

* Making loud and distracting noises
* Repeatedly answering cellular phones or allowing pagers to “beep”
* Exhibiting erratic, irrational behavior
* Persisting in speaking without being recognized
* Behavior that distracts the class from the subject matter or discussion
* Refusal to comply with faculty direction
* Repeatedly leaving and entering the classroom during class without authorization
* Making physical or verbal threats to the faculty member or fellow classmates

Disruptive Behavior

August 28, 2013

The University reserves the right to reassign or revoke on-campus housing or take other appropriate action as deemed necessary, without a formal hearing, for those students whose behavior is considered disruptive or potentially detrimental to the individual, roommates, and/or others in the residential community.