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Schedule of Fines & Sanctions

These fines and sanctions are listed as the minimum fines and sanctions and may be modified at the discretion of the Director of Community Standards & Civic Engagement, Director of Residence Life, or their designees.

UNAUTHORIZED ENTRY/EXIT/ACCESS CODE USE: $50 first time violation and written warning; $75 subsequent violation and additional disciplinary action

SOLICITATION: $100 first time violation; $200 second violation; $300 third violation

ALCOHOL: $75 first time violation; $100 subsequent violation

DRUGS: $100 fine first time violation; $150 subsequent violation

FIRE SAFETY: ILLEGAL ITEMS & FAILURE TO EVACUATE DURING AN ALARM: $100 fine first time violation and one semester disciplinary probation; subsequent violation - $100 fine and residence hall expulsion and ban

FIRE SAFETY: ACTIVATING SPRINKLER OR ALARM/DISCHARGING EXTINGUISHER/ TAMPERING WITH EQUIPMENT: $250 fine; residence hall expulsion and ban; restitution for damages

Pertinent To Violations Of Campus Alcohol And Drug Policies:

Students who are found responsible for violating the Campus alcohol and drug policy for the first time will be referred to the Campus Alcohol and Other Drug Education Class. If behavior or actions resulted in a medical transport or if deemed prudent by the hearing officer based on the circumstances of the incident the student will be referred to the Student Health and Counseling Center. Counselors at the Student Health and Counseling Center will then make recommendations, which may include but are not limited to, continued counseling or mandatory outpatient services. Students must comply with the recommendations of the Student Health and Counseling Center. Failure to complete or comply with the mandated requirements may result in further disciplinary action.

Residents who are found responsible for further violations of these policies will be referred to Student Health and Counseling for a second evaluation. Counselors will make recommendations, which will likely include, but are not limited to, continued counseling and/or mandatory outpatient counseling/testing services. Referred students must comply with the recommendations of the Student Health and Counseling Center.