Obscene material, including but not limited to, pornographic literature, X-rated movies, posters depicting full or partial nudity, displays of profanity (verbal or written), and language or images that are offensive to others are prohibited from all on-campus residential communities. This standard also applies to obscene material on computers.
A University cannot function without a minimal set of policies and regulations that it
will enforce. Therefore, policies and regulations that it will enforce. Therefore, policies and
regulations that make students liable to University discipline (within prescribed hearing or
“due process” hearings) are:
1. Student behavior which is
c. obscene—e.g. indecent exposure, shouting, profanity.
A. ;e use of Campus Technology Resources to publicly display or promote obscene messages,
images and/or sounds, or to send threatening, obscene or harassing messages, images
and/or sounds to any individual, regardless of whether he/she is a student is prohibited.
;is includes not just e-mail and the Internet, but the use of any college computer facility,
personal computer, or off-campus computer system. Students should be aware that the
College’s policies on harassment apply equally to electronic communications as well as the
more traditional means of display and communication.