Policy 8.1: Undergraduate Code of Conduct

Relevant excerpt

Although it is neither possible nor necessary to specify every instance of misconduct that could result in disciplinary action against a student, the following are examples of the types of behavior that are considered violations of this Code.

Misuse of computer or network resources, including but not limited to: using another individual’s identification or password; sharing a password or other secure identification for an account on the network; using computer or network resources to transmit harassing or obscene material to another person; misrepresenting the identity of a sender; continuing to transmit messages/material using the network to a person who has communicated that messages/material are unwanted; using a computer or network resources in violation of copyright laws; using computer or network resources to interfere with the normal operation of the university computer system, or any other violation of policies established by Libraries and Information Technology Services.

Engaging in conduct that is likely to cause foreseeable physical injury, or intentional or reckless conduct of an outrageous or extreme nature that causes severe emotional distress.

Threatening, intimidating, or coercing any person.

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