Section 7: Formal Conduct Procedures
L. Conduct Sanctions
One or more of following sanctions may be imposed upon any student for any single violation of the Code of Student Conduct:
- Warning: An official written notice that the student has violated University policies and/or rules and that more severe conduct action will result should the student be involved in other violations while the student is enrolled at Marian.
- Restitution: Compensation for damage caused to the University or any person's property. This could also include situations such as failure to return a reserved space to proper condition – labor costs and expenses. This is not a fine but, rather, a repayment for labor costs and/or the value of property destroyed, damaged, consumed, or stolen.
- Community/University Service Requirements: For a student or organization to complete a specific supervised University service.
- Loss of Privileges: The student will be denied specified privileges for a designated period of time.
- Confiscation of Prohibited Property: Items whose presence is in violation of University policy will be confiscated and will become the property of Marian University. Prohibited items may be returned to the owner at the discretion of the Dean of Students.
- Behavioral Requirement: This includes required activities including, but not limited to, seeking academic counseling or substance abuse screening, writing a letter of apology, etc.
- Educational Program: Requirement to attend, present and/or participate in a program related to the violation. It may also be a requirement to sponsor or assist with a program for others on campus to aid them in learning about a specific topic or issue related to the violation for which the student or organization was found responsible. Audience may be restricted.
- Restriction of Visitation Privileges: May be imposed on a resident or non-resident student. The parameters of the restriction will be specified.
- University Housing Probation: Official notice that, should further violations of Residence Life or University policies occur during a specified probationary period, the student may immediately be removed from Marian housing. Regular probationary meetings may also be imposed.
- University Housing Reassignment: Reassignment to another Marian housing facility. Residential Life personnel will decide on the reassignment details.
- University Housing Suspension: Removal from Marian housing for a specified period of time after which the student is eligible to return. Conditions for re-admission to Marian housing may be specified. Under this sanction, a student is required to vacate Marian housing within 24 hours of notification of the action, though this deadline may be extended upon application to, and at the discretion of, the Director of Residence Life. This sanction may be enforced with a trespass action if deemed necessary. Prior to reapplication for Marian housing, the student must gain permission from the Director of Residence Life (or designee). This sanction may include restrictions on visitation to specified buildings or all Marian housing during the suspension.
- University Housing Expulsion: The student's privilege to live in, or visit, any Marian housing structure is revoked indefinitely. This sanction may be enforced with a trespass action if deemed necessary.
- Probation: The student is put on official notice that, should further violations of University policies occur during a specified probationary period, the student may face suspension or expulsion. Regular probationary meetings may also be imposed.
- Eligibility Restriction: The student is deemed "not in good standing" with the University for a specified period of time. Specific limitations or exceptions may be granted by the Dean of Students and terms of this conduct sanction may include, but are not limited to, the following:
Ineligibility to hold any office in any student organization recognized by Marian or hold an elected or appointed office at the University; or
Ineligibility to represent the University to anyone outside the Marian community in any way including: participating in the study abroad program, attending conferences, or representing Marian at an official function, event or intercollegiate competition as a player, manager or student coach, etc.
- Suspension: Separation from Marian University for a specified minimum period of time, after which the student is eligible to return. Eligibility may be contingent upon satisfaction of specific conditions noted at the time of suspension. The student is required to vacate the campus within 24 hours of notification of the action, though this deadline may be extended upon application to, and at the discretion of, the Dean of Students. During the suspension period, the student is banned from university property, functions, events and activities without prior written approval from the Dean of Students. This sanction may be enforced with a trespass action as necessary.
- Expulsion: Permanent separation from Marian University. The student is banned from university property and the student's presence at any University-sponsored activity or event is prohibited. This action may be enforced with a trespass action as necessary.
- Other Sanctions: Additional or alternate sanctions may be created and designed as deemed appropriate to the offense with the approval of the Dean of Students or designee.
The following sanctions may be imposed upon groups or organizations found to have violated the Code of Student Conduct:
a. One or more of the sanctions listed above, specifically a) through i), and n), and o);
b. Deactivation, de-recognition, loss of all privileges (including status as a University registered group/organization), for a specified period of time.