Student Handbook - Conduct Code
Authority of College Judicial Bodies
College jurisdiction and discipline are limited to conduct of students, and their guests, that constitute Proscribed Conduct, defined as:
Where College Policies, Rules and Regulations are violated, a student may also be in violation of civil or criminal law. Where College and civil laws overlap, or where criminal prosecution is pending or foreseen, the College may initiate judicial action of its own on the same infraction and may impose penalties independent of those imposed by civil and/or criminal authorities.
Guests: The host student assumes responsibility for the guest’s conduct. In addition to the disciplinary action to which the host student may be subject for violation of the College’s Conduct Code, the host student may be subject to disciplinary sanctions arising from the conduct of his or her guest.
Officers of student organizations or athletic teams may be charged with, and held responsible for, Proscribed Conduct committed by their members. Sanctions imposed on individual student officers are in addition to any sanctions imposed on the organizations or teams.
In addition to the disciplinary action for violations of the College’s Student Conduct Code, when students engage in such behavior as part of an activity that is associated with a student organization or athletic team, the student organization or team will be subject to disciplinary sanctions which include, but are not limited to, the following: