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Student Conduct Sanctions

University sanctions, up to and including separation from the university, may be imposed upon those determined to have violated the university’s policies related to sexual assault, domestic or dating violence, stalking or sexual exploitation. For students, sexual assault, domestic or dating violence, stalking and/or sexual exploitation are violations of the Student Conduct Code, subjecting a perpetrator to disciplinary sanctions up to and including expulsion from the university. Sexual assault, domestic or dating violence, stalking, and/or sexual exploitation are criminal acts that also subject the perpetrator to criminal and civil penalties under federal and state law.

Sanctions for students found responsible for sexual assault, domestic or dating violence, stalking, or sexual exploitation can include, individually or collectively:

  • Disciplinary probation
  • Educational programming
  • Suspension or expulsion from university housing
  • Suspension or expulsion from the university