Sanctions Imposed by the Behavioral Standards Committee and Greek Judicial Boards

Sanctions which may be imposed for violations and infractions of university rules and regulation, the Code, and federal, state, and local laws include, but are not limited to, administrative class withdrawal, counseling, disciplinary probation, disciplinary warning, expulsion, reprimand, restitution, restriction of activity privileges, and suspension.

Effective Dates of Sanctions
Sanctions Other Than Expulsion and Suspension

In cases where the decision of the committee or board is other than to expel or suspend the student, the sanction shall take effect only after:

  1. The accused has been informed.
  2. The deadline for appeal has expired.
Sanctions of Expulsion and Suspension

In cases where the sanction of the disciplinary body or functionary is to expel or suspend the student, the sanction shall take effect only after:

  1. The accused has been informed.
  2. The vice chancellor of student affairs, the vice chancellor/provost, and the chancellor are notified in writing of the decision and findings, reasons for the decision, sanction imposed, and notification of the right to petition for appeal.
  3. Deadline for appeal has expired.