COVID-19 and Student Conduct

Students and student organizations alleged to have violated the Code of Student Conduct relating to COVID-19 will receive a written notice and scheduled for a virtual hearing.   

COVID-19 POLICIES, REGULATIONS, AND ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

MESSAGE FROM THE PRESIDENT- AUGUST 11, 2021

MESSAGE FROM THE PRESIDENT- MAY 26, 2021

COVID-19 PUBLIC HEALTH AND SAFETY PRECAUTIONS- FACE COVERINGS

HOUSING AND RESIDENCE LIFE’S COVID-19 GUIDELINES

SAFE RETURN TO CAMPUS

 

RESIDETNIAL SURVEILLANCE TESTING EXPEMPTION:

Residential students who wish to apply for an exemption from the required COVID-19 weekly tests may submit an Exemption request. If you have received a residential assignment but care currently not on campus, you will still need to complete the form.  You can access the form here.

 

GENERAL SANCTIONING GUIDELINES:

Students and student organizations referred to the student conduct process for failing to comply with University policies, regulations, and announcements related to COVID-19 should be aware that if found responsible, sanctions may include, but are not limited to:

  • Written warning
  • Research or reflective paper
  • Loss of privileges including, but not limited to, the inability to participate in a student organization
  • Behavioral agreement
  • Housing suspension for residents currently residing in on campus housing (including immediate removal)
  • Trespass from a specific location
  • Restrictions from classroom environments and course attendance
  • Suspension from the University
  • Dismissal from the University

 

Please note that a student’s prior conduct history will be considered in sanctioning. The University may also take immediate, interim action pending the outcome of a hearing.

For more information on Student Conduct policies and procedures, please review the Code of Student Conduct.