Handling Event-Related Misconduct
Originator: University Registrar and Associate Provost, Student Affairs
Subject: Handling Event-Related Misconduct
In accordance with the Board of Regents Policy on Event-Related Student Misconduct (Policy No. V-8.0), University of Maryland Global Campus ("UMGC") has adopted this Policy to require strong disciplinary sanctions against students who participate in event-related misconduct.
- "Event-related misconduct" is rioting, assault, theft, vandalism, fire-setting, or other misconduct related to an institution-sponsored event, occurring on- or off-campus, that results in harm to persons or property or otherwise poses a threat to the stability of the campus or campus community.
- "Institution-sponsored event" is any event on or off UMGC or University System of Maryland (USM) premises that is initiated, aided, authorized, or supervised by UMGC or USM.
- Event-Related Misconduct
- Allegations of event-related misconduct will be handled in accordance with the procedures in UMGC Policy 151.00 - Code of Student Conduct, Sections IV through VIII.
- Students found to have committed event-related misconduct may be subject to sanctions up to and including suspension and expulsion from UMGC. Any decision to impose a sanction of less than suspension or expulsion must be supported by written findings signed by the Provost.
- A student suspended for committing event-related misconduct shall not be admitted to any other institution in the USM during the term of the suspension.
- A student expelled for committing event-related misconduct shall not be admitted to any other institution in the USM for at least one year from the effective date of the expulsion.
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