Student Handbook – Community Standards for Social Conduct – Policy on Separation from the College

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Cedar Crest College reserves the right to require the withdrawal of any student who is incapable of meeting acceptable behavioral standards of the College community. The following are examples of
some of the students to whom this policy applies:
2. Students whose behavior is disruptive to others. Disruptive behavior includes that which causes emotional, psychological ... distress or injury to other students or staff substantially beyond that normally experienced in daily life. Such disruption may be in the form of severe distress associated with one or more behavioral incidents, or somewhat less severe but persistent distress over an extended period.

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