|1. Directing psychological or physical threats against a person.
2. Intimidation, abuse, causing injury, or coercion (physically or psychologically) which could or does cause harm.
3. Engaging in behavior, this is disruptive of others, or is perceived as being disorderly.
4. Conducting oneself in a lewd, indecent, or obscene manner.
5. Verbally or physically harassing any member of the College community,
students, faculty, staff, or any other individual because of race,
gender/sex, religion, national origin, disability, sexual orientation,
ethnicity, age, weight, or position within the College.
6. Excluding participation, denying benefits or subjecting a person to
discrimination on the grounds of race, gender, religion, national
origin, handicap or sexual orientation.
7. Violating policies related to sexual misconduct.
8. Violating the visitation policy as outlined under “Residential Education and Housing Policies.”
9. Participating in or the condoning of any act which violates the Human Dignity statement.
10. Showing flagrant or reckless disrespect for the welfare or endangering the welfare of others.
|1. Intentionally misappropriating (removing, using, or taking) property
of another person or the College without consent or authority.
2. Knowingly possessing or selling property of another person or the College without consent or authority.
3. Intentionally destroying/damaging property of another person or the College, without authorization.
4. Obtaining the property of another person or the College by fraud or misrepresentation.
5. Entering and remaining in the facility/property of another person or the College without consent or authority.
6. Using College computer system without appropriate authorization.
1. Being involved in the following types of academic dishonesty:
a. Cheating on an examination, including using cheat sheets or other unauthorized materials, or copying from peers.
b. Collaborating with others on work to be presented, contrary to the stated policy of the course.
c. Plagiarizing, including the submission of other’s ideas or papers as one’s own without proper attribution.
d. Submission of another’s computer related assignments as one’s own.
e. Stealing examination or course materials or knowingly using such stolen materials.
f. Falsifying records, laboratory results, or other data.
g. Submitting, if contrary to the rules of the course, work previously presented in another course.
h. Knowingly and intentionally assisting another student in any of the
above, Disrupting authorized College activities and functions, to
include violating the Quiet Hour Policy as defined under “Residential
Education and Housing Policies.”
2. Falsifying information or records submitted to the College to include
documents, applications, identification cards, forms, or procedures.
3. Representing the College, especially through the use of the college
facilities or equipment (i.e., computers) in such a manner which brings
discredit or liability to the institution.
4. Incurring financial obligations on behalf of a person, organization or the College without consent or authority.
5. Failing to provide identification upon request by an authorized College official.
6. Disregarding the legitimate request of a College official, to include
failure to follow directions or obstructing assigned responsibilities
of appropriate officials.
7. Forging, altering, possessing, duplicating, or using documents, keys,
records, or identifications without consent or authorization.
8. Failing to comply with a conduct sanction, to include violation of specific probationary sanctions.
9. Purporting to or representing another person, an organization or the College without the consent or authority.
10. Abusing or damaging College property by using it in a manner inconsistent with its designated purpose.
11. Lying or providing false information to a College official, including the conduct committees or administrators.
12. Being present during the commission of an act, which one knows is a
violation of College policy, or failing to report such an act.
13. Violating terms of the residency requirement.
14. Failing to properly register guests/visitors as stated under “Residential Life Policies.”
15. Failing to take an active role in assuring proper behavior of one’s guests; not limited to residence halls.
16. Violating College House, Townhouse/ Carriage House, or Riverside/Vander Zanden living guidelines.
1. Possessing, manufacturing or using firearms, explosives, chemicals,
dangerous weapons or other articles/substances potentially injurious to
persons or property.
2. Possession of unauthorized hazardous items as outlined under
“Residential Life Policies,” i.e., candles, halogen lamps, incense,
flammable materials, etc.
3. Refusing to properly evacuate a College facility or moving from
specified College grounds during a fire alarm or emergency situation.
4. Using, possessing, distributing, selling, sharing or being under the
influence of narcotics, hallucinogenic, mind or body altering drugs,
dangerous drugs or controlled substances except permitted by law.
5. Students who are not of the age of majority are not permitted to have
in their presence containers originally used for alcohol. For example,
beer cases of “empties” may not be used as furniture nor may empty
bottles be used as decorative items.
6. Possessing, consuming, dispensing or being under the influence of
alcoholic beverages in violation of Wisconsin State Law or College
7. Violating the terms of College party permits, i.e. amount of alcohol, time, number of people, etc.
8. Violating the College tobacco use policy.
9. Soliciting/selling for personal or organizational profit without proper consent of College officials.
10. Recklessly and carelessly starting, causing or assisting in an action, which results in a fire.
11. Violating motor vehicle policies of the College.
12. Possessing animals within any College building with the exception of fish.
13. Gambling when the gain of an individual comes at the serious expense of another/others.
14. Violations of appropriate Municipal and State of Wisconsin laws can be considered a violation of College policy.
15. Misuse and abuse or fire and fire emergency equipment, i.e., alarms, extinguisher, hoses, as defined by State law.
16. Inappropriate behavior, as previously stated under Policies A, B, C
& D, that occurs off campus can be construed as a violation of
17. Violating the proper recycling procedures.