violations

By August 28, 2013

Violations include:

Verbally abusing another person involving
an expressed or implied threat to interfere
with an individual’s personal safety,
academic efforts, or participation in Institute
activities and/or causes the person to have a
reasonable apprehension that harm is about
to occur.

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DISORDERLY CONDUCT. Conduct on University-owned or University-controlled property
or at University-sponsored or University-supervised event, or off campus when the interests of
the University are involved that:

i. Uses obscene language or makes an obscene gesture at members of the community who are not in the process of performing their duties.

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GUIDELINES: RECOMMENDATIONS, NOT REQUIREMENTS … The following items represent, but do not fully define, misuse of information technology resources … Using resources for derogatory, racially offensive, sexually offensive, harassing, threatening, or discriminatory purposes.

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13. Acts of physical force or disruptive acts which interfere with NSC
activities, freedom of movement on the campuses or freedom for
students to pursue their studies are the antithesis of academic freedom
and responsibility, as are acts which in effect deny freedom of speech,
freedom to be heard, and freedom to pursue research of their own
choosing to members of the faculty, students or to invited guests of
Nevada State College. This prohibition includes situations that produce
mental or physical discomfort, ridicule, or degrade or endanger, or
otherwise compromise the dignity of the student(s) or persons involved.

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24. Disorderly, lewd, or indecent conduct occurring on system premises or
at a system-sponsored function on or off such premises.

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7. Threatening, Harassing, or Assaultive Conduct on Campus

Threatening, harassing, or assaultive conduct on campus means engaging in conduct on campus that endangers or threatens to endanger the health, safety, or welfare of another person, including but not limited to, threatening, harassing, or assaultive behavior.

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A student found guilty of any of the following ats may be subject to the maximum sanctions of disciplinary suspension.

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7. Disturbing the Peace: Disturbing the peace and good order of the University by quarreling, wrangling, being intoxicated in public, and/or fighting.
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13. Unauthorized/Illegal Web use: … b) transmitting obscene, offensive, or threatening materials…
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15. Lewd or Illicit Behavior: Sexually suggestive, vulgar, or obscene gestures or distribution of obscene materials…

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A student found guilty of any of the following acts may be subject to the maximum sanction of disciplinary suspension

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8. Unauthorized Posting: Posting of signs or other materials on University property, including Web Site, without approval from the appropriate offices.
9. Use of Profanity: Engaging in abusive, vulgar, and irreverent langauge.
10. Disrespectful Behavior: Engaging in behaviors that are deemed unacceptable to campus life.

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A. General Conduct Rules and Regulations
The following is a list of examples of the types of
behaviors that are antithetical to the values Geneseo
has identified as essential elements toward excellence
in higher education. It is published to provided fair
notice of the types of conduct that may result in
disciplinary action. This list is not all-inclusive.

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5. Obscene, indecent, or grossly inconsiderate
behavior, exposure of others to highly offensive conditions, disregard for the privacy of self or
others.

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Using slurs and epithets is a way of showing someone
that you believe they are less than human and undeserving of respect. Hate crimes are a way to send a message to members of certain groups or individuals that they are unwelcome
in a particular neighborhood, community, school,
or workplace. Calling someone a name, refusing to rent them an apartment, verbal threats, vandalism, abusive phone calls, and Internet hate mail are all examples of hate crimes. The most common form of bias-motivated incidents on college campuses are demeaning jokes or harassing or
threatening phone calls or emails.

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Cause for disciplinary measures
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6. 6. Physical or mental abuse or coercion of any person on Institute-owned or
controlled property, or at Institute-sponsored or -supervised functions, or
conduct which threatens or endangers the…
dignity of any person

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Students are prohibited from
engaging in, aiding or abetting, but not
limited to, any of the following actions:
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G. Disorderly conduct to encompass
public intoxication, lewd, indecent or
obscene conduct and/or expression
including abusive language…
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J. Harassment, in all forms, including but not limited to,
annoyances, threats, or demands, badgering, intimidating, and all discriminatory acts on the basis of
race, color, sex or sexual orientation,
age, disability, religion, ethnic, or
national origin.

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Unauthorized actions include but are not restricted to the following:
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– Including profane, vulgar or other harassing language within e-mail messages, programs, and/or files.
– Accessing pornographic resources that are in view of and offensive to others.

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A. General Provisions
I. Lewd, indecent, disorderly or obscene conduct at a Collegesponsored
event on- or off-College property;
II. Discriminating because of age, race, color, disability,
religion, gender, national origin, marital status or any form of harassment;

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Sanctionable Misconduct by Individual Students or by Student Organizations
The following acts of misconduct under this code by an individual student or by a student organization shall result in University disciplinary review and/or action:

1. Physical and Verbal Aggressive or Abusive Behavior
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d. Verbal behavior that involves an express or implied threat to interfere with an individual’s personal safety, academic efforts, employment, or participation in University sponsored co-curricular activities or causes the person to have a reasonable apprehension that such harm is about to occur.
e. Disorderly, lewd, indecent or obscene conduct, including the expression of such on University-owned or controlled property or at University-sponsored or supervised events.

2. Discrimination, Harassment and Intimidation.

1. Any form of discrimination because of race, color, age, disability, religion, gender (including sexual harassment), national origin, marital status, Vietnam-era veteran status, political affiliation, sexual orientation, or any unlawful reason…

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B. Conduct Rules and Regulations
Any student found to have committed the following misconduct is subject to the disciplinary sanctions outlined in Article IV.
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3. Physical abuse, verbal abuse, threats, intimidation, harassment, coercion and/or other conduct that threatens or endangers the health or safety of any person.
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15. Conduct which is disorderly, lewd, or indecent…

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The following list is intended to provide examples of inappropriate behavior for which sanctions may be levied and is not intended to be exhaustive:

* violence, either overt or covert, against any other member of the University community; this includes physical assault, nuisance or threatening phone calls, and any individual or group effort designed to harass or to ridicule any other member of the University community;

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The necessary
disciplinary action, which may involve dismissal
from the University, will be taken as a result of
any student or student organization engaging in the
following actions:
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XII. Any act or threat including profane or abusive language,
perpetrated for the purpose of harassing or submitting
any member or guest of the University community to
pain, discomfort or indignity.
XIII. Disorderly, lewd, indecent or obscene conduct or
expression on University owned or controlled property
or at University sponsored or supervised functions.

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Specifi cally, students are subject to disciplinary
action for the following:
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15. Lewd, indecent or obscene displays or conduct on
property owned or controlled by the University or at
functions sponsored or supervised by the University
or University-related organizations.
16. Drunken or disorderly behavior on property owned
or controlled by the University or at functions
sponsored or supervised by the University or
University-related organizations.
17. Intimidating behavior directed toward any student,
faculty member, staff member or administrator.

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Misconduct for which students are subject to discipline
falls into the following categories:
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E. Hazing, defined as initiating or disciplining fellow
students by forcing them to do ridiculous, humiliating,
dangerous, painful or illegal acts.
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J. Disorderly conduct, stalking, sexual harassment,
hateful behavior, or lewd, indecent or obscene conduct or expression on University owned or controlled
property or at University sponsored or supervised functions.

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All threats or acts of aggressive violent behavior at CMSU are taken seriously and addressed immediately. Such threats or acts include, but are not limited to:

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• aggressive or hostile behavior that creates a reasonable fear of injury to another person or subjects another individual to emotional distress;

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9. Any inappropriate and/or abusive behavior which disrupts a class, an official University function or the living/learning environment of the institution (NOTE: Alcohol impairment may be deemed inappropriate behavior.)
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16. Discrimination, including, but not limited to, verbal abuse, racial slurs, sexual innuendos, or the threat of physical abuse, expressed verbally or in written or electronic communications

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4. Physical abuse, sexual misconduct, verbal abuse, threats, intimidation, harassment, coercion and/or other conduct which (a) submits any person to pain, discomfort or indignity or (b) threatens or endangers the physical or mental health or safety of any person…

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Attempts to commit acts prohibited by this code shall be treated as violations of the code.

A. Standards Relative to the Mission or Goals of the University

A violation occurs when a person:

1. Engages in behavior inconsistent with the teachings and philosophies of the mission or goals of the University.
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D. Standards Relative to the Rights of Individuals

A violation occurs when a person:
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3. Engages in behavior which threatens, harasses, stalks or intimidates a person. This may be any form of communication, including but not limited to speech, writing, voice mail and e-mail or any other communication media that may be made through a third party on behalf of or by request of another person.
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F. Standards Relative to the Welfare, Safety and Environmental Health of the University Community

A violation occurs when a person:
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16. Engages in disruptive or inappropriate behavior

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Disorderly Conduct
Disorderly conduct within or immediately surrounding the residence hall is not permitted. You are guilty of disorderly conduct if you do any of the following in a public or private place: a) engage in brawling, fighting or prank activities; b) disturb an assembly or meeting not unlawful in its character; c) use offensive, obscene or abusive language, or engage in conduct that would reasonably tend to arouse alarm, anger or resentment in others…

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B. Personal Misconduct on or off University Property
The University may discipline a student for the following acts of reported personal misconduct which occur on University property or at a University-sponsored function.
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14. Lewd, indecent, or obscene conduct.

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The following misconduct is subject to disciplinary action, as provided for in this Code:
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E. Conduct which offends, threatens, or endangers the health, safety, or emotional
well-being of any person to include:
1. Physical or sexual assaults.
2. Verbal or mental abuse including threats, intimidation, harassment, coercion,
or any other similar conduct.
3. Hazing.

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III. Prescribed Conduct
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13. Unauthorized participation in a campus demonstration which
disrupts the normal operations of the University and infringes on
the rights of other members of the University community; leading
or inciting others to disrupt scheduled and/or normal activities
within any campus building or area; intentional obstruction which
unreasonably interferes with freedom of movement, either pedestrian or vehicular, on campus.
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15. Unauthorized participation in conduct which is disorderly, lewd, or
indecent, including but not limited to breach of peace, or aiding,
abetting, or procuring another person to breach the peace on
University premises or at functions sponsored by, or participated in
by, the University (see Section B, Sanctions 2A).

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V. Misuse
Misuse is use of UM IT Resources in a manner not consistent with standards for acceptable use.
Misuse includes, but is not limited to:
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N. Transmitting messages that are threatening, obscene, vulgar, derogatory or harassing; messages
that attack another individual or group of individuals; or messages that violate the policies of UMB or
USM, any school or unit of UMB, or any Affiliate of UMB.
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Broadcast e-mail, i.e., e-mail messages sent to a list of users in all schools and units of UMB, is
forbidden unless approved by the President or his designee. Broadcast e-mail to users in a particular
school or unit is prohibited unless permitted by the Dean of the school or Vice President of the unit, or that administrator’s designee.

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Prohibited Conduct
The following misconduct is subject
to disciplinary action:

B. The written or spoken use of words, epithets, or phrases that are widely recognized to be derogatory references to personal characteristics including, but not limited to, race, ethnicity, religion, gender, sexual orientation, and disability, when such words are used to create a hostile or intimidating environment for any person on UMUC or USM premises, or at UMUC- or USM- sponsored activities.
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Written threats to self or others posted online are prohibited.
Students who post threats or harass others in any online forum such as online journals, inst
messenger messages / profiles, or others will be held accountable for these actions.
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Code of Student Conduct Regulations prohibit Behaviors Which Jeopardize the Emotional
Physical Safety of Others, but are not limited to, the following:
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– intimidation;

– physical or emotional harassment…

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The following violations indicate categories of conduct or
activity which will violate the Code. Those listed have been
delineated in such a way as to give reasonable warning to
students that such conduct or attempted conduct is forbidden.
These definitions of violations should not be rigidly construed.
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23. Hazing–any action taken or situation created recklessly or
intentionally by an organization or with the knowledge or
consent of any organization–to produce mental or physical
discomfort, embarrassment, harassment, ridicule to any member
or prospective member, or violation of law.
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25. Harassment or discrimination based on race, color, religion,
sex, sexual orientation, national origin or citizenship status,
age, disability, or veterans status.

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V. Conducts of Violation
Conduct, which violates these guidelines, includes, but is not limited to the activities in
the following list.
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Using electronic mail to harass or threaten others. This includes sending repeated,
unwanted e-mail to another user.
· Initiating or propagating electronic chain letters.
· Inappropriate mass mailing. This includes multiple mailings to newsgroups, mailing
lists, or individuals, e.g. “spamming, flooding, or bombing.”
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· Displaying obscene, lewd, or sexually harassing images or text in a public computer
facility or location that can be in view of others.