Residence Life Student Handbook: Residence Hall Discipline Procedures

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Major Infractions: Major infractions of a very serious nature are categorized as involving any threat to persons, property, and the well-being of the Residence Halls, its inhabitants, or staff members. Major infractions will be dealt with on an individual basis, the majority of which will subject the student to possible dismissal from the Residence Halls and possibly the school. Other action that may occur from a major infraction is a combination of legal and civil action by the school.

Specific examples of major infractions are as follows:

— Posting of hate material referring to ones’ ethnicity, gender, religion, sexual orientation, etc. and/or participating in a hate based crime.

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