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2016-17 Student Handbook

Listing of Possible Sanctions: 1st Offense: probation, housing removal 2nd Offense: housing removal Holiday Decorations: Live Christmas trees are strictly prohibited. Indoor/outdoor holiday decora-tions requiring electricity are to be UL approved and be removed prior to leaving for the winter break. Listing of Possible Sanctions: 1st Offense: Warning, 2nd Offense: written reprimand,Community Service 3rd Offense: probation, restriction of privileges Loitering Policy: Loitering is not permitted on University property. Loud and noisy crowds will be asked to quiet down and go inside their building or to leave University property. Non-residents will be asked to leave the property immediately. Listing of Possible Sanctions: 1st Offense: Warning, 2nd Offense: loss of guest privileges (if applicable) 3rd Offense: probation, housing removal Noise Policy: Residents are expected to maintain reasonable volume levels. Students are expected to comply when a request is made by fellow residents or staff members regarding noise. If the volume is at disruptive level to other residents that individual will be asked to decrease or cease the volume. Upon the second offense, the resident will receive disciplin-ary action. Excessively loud music from vehicles will also not be tolerated. Disciplinary action will be taken if residents are found playing their car stereo excessively loud. Listing of Possible Sanctions: 1st Offense: Warning 2nd Offense: written reprimand, community service 3rd Offense: restriction of privileges, probation Quiet Hours Policies Residents and their guests will observe quiet hours from 9:00 p.m. to 9:00 a.m., Sunday through Thursday and Friday and Saturday 11:00 p.m. to 9:00 a.m. inside and outside the living area. At all other times, residents will be considerate and respectful of the primary rights to study and sleep without undue interference. During quiet hours, the noise level is to be one that is conducive to study and sleep. During exam week, 24 hour quiet hours will be in effect. Listing of Possible Sanctions: 1st Offense: Warning 2nd Offense: written reprimand, community service 3rd Offense: probation, restriction of privileges 167 and published online. These policies are subject to change and students will be notified via student email accounts and posted to the HRL website. Violations of these rules and regulations are handled in the same manner as violations of the Student Code. This does not preclude from criminal and civil charges being filed as well. Sanctions listed are guidelines; other sanctions may be applied as deemed appropriate by the Director of HRL. Rules and regulations include but are not limited to: Assault and Battery: The assault of others be it verbally or physically, will not be tolerated. This includes the communicating of threats verbally, in written form including electronically or gesture. Listing of Possible Sanctions: 1st Offense: probation, housing removal 2nd Offense: housing removal Grills (Permitted in Villas Only): A charcoal grill is the only acceptable grill to use in our residential community. Grilling is not permitted in the units or on patios or balconies. Grilling is only permitted 15 feet from your apartment building or at the covered pavilion located at The Landing. All grills must be registered through the HRL Office, and must be stored at The Landing, under the covered pavilion. All grills must be under lock and chain provided by the owner of the grill. Do not discard charcoal on the grounds. Charcoal should only be disposed of in the red metal trash can located near the covered pavilion at The Landing. Listing of Possible Sanctions: 1st Offense: written reprimand, fire safety class 2nd Offense: loss of privilege, probation 3rd Offense: housing removal Grounds and Shrubbery and Litter: Anyone found to be responsible for damaging the grounds or shrubbery or littering will be charged the replace-ment of the damaged item(s) and will have to perform community service. Note: littering the grounds with cans, bottles, bags, cigarettes butts, clothes etc. will not be tolerated. Entire buildings will be subject to a fine if littering and damages become an issue. Listing of Possible Sanctions: 1st Offense: Restitution, written reprimand 2nd Offense: Restitution, community service, 3rd Offense: Restitution, probation, housing removal Harassment/Bullying: Racial, sexual or any other form of harassment of any person and / or group is prohibited and will subject the offender to appropri-ate disciplinary action. Such conduct includes, but is not limited to action(s) or statement(s), including electronic that threaten or harm, intimidate a person or any other forms of unwanted contact. 163 ‘16 - ‘17 Student Handbook


2016-17 Student Handbook
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