If a resident resident is found in violation of any of the Housing and Residence Life policies and/or Code of Conduct that they were charged with, the Residence Hall Director (Conduct Officer) will then impose sanctions. The first sanction is the resident’s status with Residential Life and/or the University. This includes Residence Life warning, Residence Life probation, Residence Life suspension or contract termination, University warning, University probation or University suspension. The Residence Hall Director will also assign sanctions that foster a resident’s self-reflection, learning, connection to resources or the university, or serve as restitution for their policy violation. These sanctions include but are not limited to reflection papers, educational sanctions, referrals to other offices, fines or a loss of privileges such as visitation or guest privileges.
If a sanction has a deadline, it is the resident’s responsibility to complete that sanction by the prescribed deadline. Failure to complete the sanctions will result in a hold being placed on the resident’s account preventing them from registering for classes, making changes to their class schedule etc. The resident may also be charged for the additional Code of Conduct policy violation for Non-Compliance with Policies, Laws and Requests.