Grounds for Disciplinary Action

The Student Rights and Responsibilities Handbook sets forth the procedural standards for disciplinary proceedings in relation to student rights in the classroom and for student conduct for individuals and for groups. "The Institute shall initiate disciplinary action for conduct including that which could be a threat to the personal safety of members of the academic community, conduct that endangers property, and or conduct that is disruptive to the educational and administrative processes of the Institute."

A violation of the Grounds for Disciplinary Action may be construed to include: (a) active violation; (b) attempt to violate; and (c) solicitation of or aiding another in the commission of a violation. Disciplinary action may be instituted in any case in which an individual or group of students is found in violation of any of the following GROUNDS FOR DISCIPLINARY ACTION.

Last modified: Jun 30, 2007