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Our goal is to help the student better understand the impact of his or her actions and to help him or her take steps towards repairing the harm done to the University community.

Sanctions are not predetermined, but rather accommodating the individual circumstances of a given case. More than one sanction or any combination of sanctions may be imposed for any single violation. The following list is an example of sanctions; however it is not all inclusive of all possible sanctions.


Separation of the student from the university whereby the student is never eligible for readmission to this university.


Separation of the student from the university for a defined period of time.

Conduct Probation

An official warning that the student’s conduct is in violation of the Code of Student Conduct, but is not sufficiently serious to warrant expulsion or 7 OP 91.100 suspension. A student on conduct probation may face expulsion or suspension if found responsible for another violation. A student may also be ineligible to represent the university and additional restrictions or conditions may be imposed depending on the nature and seriousness of the misconduct as specified in the sanction.

Loss of campus housing

Removal from university housing for disciplinary reasons.

Community service

A student may have to complete a specified number of community service hours.


The withdrawal of specified privileges for a defined period of time.


A payment for financial reimbursement in cases involving loss of or destruction of property or deception.


Reprimand of a student for actions violating the Code of Student Conduct.

Educational Requirements

A stipulation to complete a specific educational requirement directly related to the violation of the Code of Student Conduct committed. The provision will be clearly defined. Educational requirements may include, but are not limited to, completion of an alcohol or drug education course, an integrity course, essays, reports, etc.