2019-2020 Traditional Undergraduate Student Handbook

Disruptive Behavior

A student’s behavior may be of such an extreme nature that it causes disruptions in the classroom, residence halls or the campus community at-large. In such instances, restoration will be sought to bring about an appropriate resolution beneficial to the individual and community. There may be times when the college setting cannot provide a reasonable and healthful solution. In such cases, when a student will not make required behavioral changes, further disciplinary action may be taken.

Any act or threat that imposes any kind of emotional trauma, intimidation, or physical harm to another person is prohibited. Such behavior is regarded as a safety risk, not only for the individuals involved but also for the entire campus community, and it will not be tolerated. Failure to report such actions/threats or the presence of individuals on campus that have engaged in them is also a safety risk and may be subject to discipline.