Student Conduct Manual: College Regulations- Disorderly Conduct

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SECTION 7: Disorderly Conduct Any disorderly conduct which interferes with the rights of others is prohibited. Examples of disorderly conduct include harassment, threats, physical abuse or the threat of physical abuse.

Harassment may include unwelcome conduct directed against a person based on one or more of that person’s protected characteristics or status, including age, color, race, disability, marital status, national/ethnic origin, religion, veteran’s status, sex [including pregnancy], gender expression or gender identity, sexual orientation, political activities or genetic information, and which is so severe, pervasive, and objectively offensive that it unreasonably interferes with, denies, or limits an individual’s ability to participate in or benefit from the university’s education program and/or activities, and creates an academic environment that a reasonable person would find intimidating or hostile. Activity protected by the First Amendment will not constitute harassment.

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