Student Handbook: Behavior Inappropriate for a Loyola Student 07-08

Category: Policies on Tolerance, Respect, and Civility, Statement School: Statement Rating: Not Rated Last updated: December 12, 2013

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Each Loyola student is charged with the responsibility to refrain from dishonorable conduct which would serve his or her
own benefit while violating the trust of his or her peers. An offense is the act of lying, cheating, stealing, libel, or the use of
obscenities and/or abusive language which so violates and weakens the community of mutual trust.

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Responsible individual behavior is a basic expectation. Such behavior must stem from a recognition of and a basic
concern and respect for the dignity, rights, and sensibilities of others. Therefore, any social behavior which might offend
these rights, sensibilities, and dignity or which violate university policy or civil law is clearly inappropriate and will subject a
student to discipline, up to and including suspension from the university.

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