Student Handbook: Student Code of Conduct- Violations & Sanctions 13-14

Category: Policies on Tolerance, Respect, and Civility School: Jackson State University Statement Rating: Red Last updated: April 30, 2014

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Disorderly conduct is any offensive or annoying act that disrupts the peace. … It includes, but is not limited to conduct which is offensive or annoying to others or is disruptive to the rights of others.

Distribution of printed materials that are libelous, derogatory, scurrilous, sexually explicit, pornographic, or that encourages violations of public laws or University regulations.

Conduct, which is disorderly, lewd, indecent and/or portrayed on the premises of the university or at University sponsored or supervised activities will not be tolerated. Such acts include the use of obscene gestures, improper body exposures, stripping, vulgar language to or in the vicinity of students, staff members, administrators, or faculty or visitors of the University.

An act of baseness, vileness or depravity which brings shame to the University and is in contradiction to the letter and spirit of the University’s Code of Conduct, good citizenship and ethics.

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