Student Handbook – Student Code of Conduct, Rights, Responsibilities and Judicial Structure

By August 28, 2013

2. Under the general heading of inappropriate behavior, the following are specifically prohibited:

m. Indecent Conduct: This includes actions or expressions defined as lewd, indecent, or obscene on University property.

Student Handbook – Student Code of Conduct, Rights, Responsibilities and Judicial Structure

By August 28, 2013

2. Under the general heading of inappropriate behavior, the following are specifically prohibited:

b. Verbal or Written Abuse or Harassment: This includes verbal or written (including electronic) expressions that are: (a) beyond reasonable opinion; and (b) intimidating, threatening, or coercive in content or tone. These expressions may be directed towards any other person(s) on University property or at University-sponsored events, or towards individuals affiliated with the University regardless of location.

Student Handbook – Student Code of Conduct, Rights, Responsibilities and Judicial Structure

By August 28, 2013

2. Under the general heading of inappropriate behavior, the following are specifically prohibited:

d. Hazing: Hazing is a violation of State Statute 18-917 of the Idaho Code and is understood as an activity which endangers the mental or physical health or safety of a student. Hazing typically involves acts of initiation, admission, affiliation, or conditions for continued membership in a group or organization. Such activities may include requiring feats of endurance, consumption of alcohol, acts of perversion, or subjection of individuals to road trips, kidnapping or being abandoned and left to find their way home.

Student Handbook – Student Code of Conduct, Rights, Responsibilities and Judicial Structure

By August 28, 2013

Under the general heading of inappropriate behavior, the following are specifically prohibited:
c. Sexual Assault/Misconduct: This includes actions, verbal or physical, of a sexual nature that are intimidating, harassing, coercive, or abusive to another person or which invade the privacy of that person. These actions may be directed towards any other person(s) on University property or at University-sponsored events, or towards individuals affiliated with the University regardless of location.