Students alleged to have violated the standards of conduct shall appear before the appropriate Division Dean for possible disciplinary action. The Division Dean may dismiss the complaint, refer the complaint to the College’s Committee of Admissions and Review, or take disciplinary action to include the following:
Grade Reduction: Dishonesty or plagiarism may result in various academic penalties, including the receiving of a lesser grade, a grade of “F”, or withdrawal.
Restriction of Computer Access: Temporary restriction of the violator’s computing resource access for a
ﬁxed period of time, generally not more than six months.
Reprimand or Admonition: An oral or written statement to a student that he or she is not acting as a responsible adult and may be subject to more severe disciplinary action.
Disciplinary Probation: Exclusion from participation in the extra-curricular activities of the College, including the holding of any student ofﬁce for a period of time not exceeding one academic year.
Restitution: Reimbursement for damaged or misappropriated property. This may take the form of appropriate service or other compensation.
Suspension: Exclusion from attending the College as a student for a deﬁnite period of time not to exceed one year. A student who is suspended will normally be required to appear before the Committee of Admissions and Review before readmission can be granted.
Dismissal: Termination of student status for an indeﬁnite period. The conditions of readmission, if any, will be stated in the order of dismissal.