Violation

By August 28, 2013

Sending offensive, unsolicited, or unwanted e-mail or messages may constitute harassment
and is in violation of the intended use of the system. Use appropriate language. Obscenity will
not be tolerated on your campus network. Avoid offensive or inflammatory speech. Personal
attacks are an unacceptable use of the network.

Violation

By August 28, 2013

Section 16: Hazing

1. Hazing in every form is prohibited. Hazing is considered to be interference with the personal liberty of others and includes any act of domination by some students over others which may lead to injury, emotional disturbance, physical discomfort or humiliation.
2. Harassment by banter, ridicule or criticism or playing abusive and humiliating tricks or pranks are prohibited…

Violation

By August 28, 2013

4.C.1 Harassment/Sexual Harassment. Actions which are intended to annoy, intimidate and/or alarm another. These include but are not limited to:

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c. Initiating or attempting contact by any means with no purpose of
legitimate conversation.
d. Directing obscene language or gestures at another person or group of
people.
e. Directing verbal abuse at another person because the individual is carrying
out duties and responsibilities associated with her/his role as faculty, staff,
or student-staff at the College.

Violation

By August 28, 2013

Displaying Offensive/Disrespectful Items
Items deemed disrespectful or offensive by
others is prohibited on room doors or when visible
through the window or open room doors. Residents
are expected to comply with requests to remove
items. Some displayed items may also violate the
harassment policies and will not be allowed.

Violation

By August 28, 2013

* Harassment, Intimidation or Annoyance Mail

Inappropriate or offensive messages such as racial, sexual, or religious slurs are prohibited. Violation of this policy will lead to discipline, which may include termination of employment. Use of mail to harass, intimidate or otherwise annoy another person, such as broadcasting unsolicited messages or sending unwanted mail, is expressly prohibited. This also applies to material originating from this campus but sent to other sites or persons on the Internet.

Violation

By August 28, 2013

Prohibited Conduct
The following conduct is prohibited by the University of Maryland Eastern Shore and subject to
disciplinary action in accordance with the Student Code of Conduct…
4. Computer Misuse and Dishonesty
The University considers any misuse of its computer systems to be a serious offense.
A student may not attempt to degrade the performance of the computer systems, to
seek to penetrate its security, or in any way deprive other users of resources or access
to the computer systems. Violations may include, but are not limited to,… (e) using the University’s computer
systems to send abusive, obscene, or harassing communications.

Violation

By August 28, 2013

Prohibited Conduct
The following conduct is prohibited by the University of Maryland Eastern Shore and subject to
disciplinary action in accordance with the Student Code of Conduct…
9. Discriminatory Conduct
Engaging in acts of violence, verbal or physical behavior directed at an individual or
group that has as its purpose subordination based on race, color, creed, disability,
marital status, national origin, sex or sexual orientation; creation of an intimidating or
demeaning environment that impedes health, safety or access of other students,
faculty and staff to the educational benefits available from or through the University
is prohibited…