Student Organizations

When a report of misconduct against a student organization is filed with the Office of Community Standards and Student Responsibility, the director of the Office of Community Standards and Student Responsibility will consult with the Assistant Dean of Students/Director of the Campus Involvement Center and the president of the Student Senate before determining whether the organization, an individual(s), or both will be charged with an alleged offense of the code of conduct.
 
When a report of misconduct against a social Greek organization is filed with the Office of Community Standards and Student Responsibility the director of the Office of Community Standards and Student Responsibility will consult with the associate director of the Campus Involvement Center for Greek Life and Leadership, the president of Student Senate, and the chairperson of the Greek Life Committee before determining whether the organization, an individual(s), or both, will be charged with an alleged offense of the code of conduct.
 
Student organizations in violation of the Student Code of Conduct will be subject to the full range of disciplinary sanctions. A disciplinary sanction less than disciplinary expulsion may place specific restrictions and additional requirements on a student organization. These conditions will vary with each case and may include but are not limited to the restriction or suspension of the use of facilities and services of the university; the suspension of the privilege to sponsor fund-raising activities; the suspension of the privilege to recruit new members; the suspension of the parietal exemption; the suspension of participation in university activities; the loss of funds allocated by the university; and the restitution for damage. The sanction of disciplinary suspension for a student organization may be imposed for a period not to exceed five calendar years.