Community Standards: Chapter I. College Standards- Section 2. Examples of Violations to the Student Code of Conduct

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2.1. Harm to Persons

2.1.1. Intentionally or recklessly causing physical or emotional harm or endangering the well-being, health, or safety of any person.
2.1.2. Any action that threatens physical or emotional harm or endangers the well-being, health, or safety of any person.
2.1.3. Any physical or verbal threats against any person.
2.1.4. Any harassment, bullying, or intimidation of any person.
2.1.5. Conduct or a pattern of conduct—not of a sex-based, gender-based, or sexual nature—(including without limitation physical, verbal, graphic, written, or electronic) which places any person in reasonable fear of physical harm or which harasses, bullies, or intimidates any person. For conduct of a sex-based, gender-based, or sexual nature, see Section 3.

2.2. Bias-Based Interference with Educational or Employment Opportunities

Conduct that is directed at an individual or group of individuals on the basis of their actual or perceived race, national or ethnic origin, color, religion, sex or gender (including pregnancy, sexual orientation, gender expression, and gender identity), age, disability, genetic information, military service or any other characteristic or class protected under applicable federal, state or local law that causes an interference with the affected person or group’s educational or employment opportunities (see Section 1.2, Statement on Respect for Persons).

2.9. Use of Computers and Networks

Theft or other abuse of computer time, including but not limited to: … Use of computing facilities to send obscene or abusive messages.

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