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Disciplinary Reprimand: A respondent may be issued a written disciplinary reprimand.

Restitution: A respondent may be required to make restitution for damage or other loss of property and for injury to persons. The University may put a conduct hold in place if the respondent fails to pay or to make in writing University-approved arrangements to pay restitution.

Disciplinary Probation: A respondent may be placed on disciplinary probation (meaning formal conditions are imposed on the respondent’s continued attendance). The time period for the disciplinary probation and any conditions shall be specified. Failure to fulfill the conditions of disciplinary probation may extend the probationary period (and the conditions) and result in additional disciplinary sanctions.

Loss of Privileges: A respondent may be denied specified privileges for a designated period of time such as the privilege to participate in a particular campus activity and may be restricted from any or all University premises for a specific duration.

Suspension: A respondent may be suspended (i.e., temporarily separated) from the University for a specified period of time. Conditions of suspension may be imposed and will be specified. Except as otherwise specified in the final order, all conditions must be fulfilled before the end of the suspension period. Failure to fulfill all conditions of suspension in a timely manner will extend the suspension period and any conditions and may result in additional disciplinary sanctions. The University may put a conduct hold in place during the suspension period.

Dismissal: A respondent may be dismissed (i.e., permanently separated) from the University.

Forfeiture: In addition to other sanctions, a student who is found responsible for participating in hazing of another shall forfeit any entitlement to state-funded grants, scholarships, or awards for a specified period of time.

Educational Conditions: A student respondent may be issued educational conditions if found responsible for a Code violation. Educational conditions are intended to create space for reflection, learning, and engagement with the campus community. Some examples include reflective writing, alcohol and other drug workshops, online learning modules, or meetings with the conduct officer.

More information can be found in Student Governance and Policies, Chapter 209 Section 19.