In light of the facts and circumstances of each case, the following sanctions, or combination of sanctions (with or without appropriate modifications) may be imposed upon any individual student found to have violated the Student Conduct Code. Certain sanctions may result in a financial cost to the student. If a student does not complete a sanction by the required deadline, a hold may be placed on the student’s record. Decisions regarding falsification of admission or readmission information may be forwarded to the appropriate office for review of the application and appropriate action regarding admission.
- Reprimand (written or verbal).
- Service Hours - Completion of tasks under the supervision of a University department or outside agency.
- Educational Activities - Attendance at educational programs, interviews with appropriate officials, planning and implementing educational programs, or other educational activities.
- Counseling Assessment - Referral for assessment at a counseling center for alcohol/drug dependence, general mental health, or other counseling issues.
- Restitution - Only in cases involving University property. Restitution must be submitted to the appropriate University department in a manner that is approved by that University department.
- Conduct Probation - A period of time during which any further violations of the Student Conduct Code may result in more serious sanctions being imposed. Some of the restrictions that may be placed on the student during the probationary period include, but are not limited to: participation in student activities, representation of the University on athletic teams or in other leadership positions, entrance into University residence halls or other areas of campus, or contact with another specified person(s).
- Disciplinary Probation - A period of time during which any further violation of the Student Conduct Code puts the student's status with the University in jeopardy. If the student is found "responsible" for another violation of the Code during the period of Disciplinary Probation, serious consideration will be given to imposing a sanction of Suspension, Dismissal, or Expulsion from the University. Some of the restrictions that may be placed on the student during the probationary period include, but are not limited to, participation in University or student activities, representation of the University on athletic teams or in other leadership positions, entrance into University residence halls or other areas of campus,
- Change in University Housing assignment.
- Exclusion (either temporary or permanent) from University Housing.
- Suspension - Separation from the University for a specified period, not to exceed two (2) years. This may include restricted access to campus and/or other specified activities.
- Dismissal - Separation from the University for at least two years and up to seven years. Readmission is possible but not guaranteed and will only be considered after the two to seven year time allotted from the effective date of the dismissal, based on meeting all readmission criteria and obtaining clearance from the Dean of Students or designee. This may include restricted access to campus and/or other specified activities.
- Expulsion - Separation from the University without the possibility of readmission. This may include restricted access to campus and/or other specified activities.
- Withholding of diplomas, transcripts, or other records.
- Transcript Notations - a written notation indicating that student conduct action was taken. This sanction may be applied only in cases in which the student has been permanently separated (i.e., expelled) from the University.
- Restrictions on contact with specified people.
Specific Authority BOG Regulations 1.001(3)(a), (j), and (4) (a), 6.0105. Law Implemented 1011.48 FS History—New 6-10-86; Revised _____________.