Student Off Campus Conduct
Remember, off campus is not a consequence-free zone. Simply stated: If a student is found responsible in a civil or a criminal matter, for an arrest off-campus, the University may, at the discretion of the Provost, also impose University sanctions upon the student.
When determined to be detrimental to the interests of the University by the Provost or his/her designee, certain off-campus conduct by students, that does not involve another member of the University community or otherwise does not give rise to serious danger to the University community but which results in a conviction of a criminal offense or an adjudication of civil liability by a court of law, may subject the convicted or adjudicated student to the penalties of this document. Such offenses include, but are not limited to, the following:
- Theft, destruction, defacing (e.g., graffiti) or damaging (e.g., vandalizing) land, buildings, equipment or property of others.
- Possession, use, sale or distribution of illegal drugs or substances or the underage possession and/or consumption of alcohol.
- Assault and/or battery, sexual assault, threats, stalking or domestic violence or other offenses causing personal injury or death.
- Breach of the peace (e.g., disorderly conduct, public drunkenness, unlawful assembly, etc.)