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  • General Regulations

    1.- Student Conduct
    2.- Scholastic Integrity
    3.- Illegal Substances Policy
    4.- Policy on Disruptive Acts
    5.- Solicitation
    6.- Campus Facilities
    7.- Policy on Hazing
    8.- Other Prohibited Conduct
    9.- Penalties Which May Result
    10.- General Debts of Students or Organizations
    11.- Debts Owed to the University
    12.- Returned Checks
    13.- Immunization Requirement
    14.- Policy on AIDS, HIV, and Hepatitis B Infection
    15.- Student Right-to-Know and Campus Security Act

    4.- Policy on Disruptive Acts

    The obstruction or disruption of any teaching, research, administrative, disciplinary, public service or other authorized activity on campus or under the authority of the university or on property owned or controlled by the University is prohibited and will subject the student or group of students to disciplinary action.

    An instructor may deny a student access to participate in class activity for up to two individual classes (or course related activity periods) for behavior that is disruptive to the learning or teaching environment. Individuals so denied may be immediately referred to the Office of the Dean of Students for additional disciplinary intervention. More restrictive policies and procedures may be implemented by professional programs where patient/client/student relationships are involved.

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