Theft. A student shall not appropriate for the student’s own use, sale, or other disposition, property not the student’s own without consent of the owner or the person legally responsible for it. This includes embezzlement, misappropriation and/or theft of university and/or student organizational resources and theft of personal information.
Disorderly Conduct. A student shall not act as a disorderly person or engage in disorderly conduct or disturb the peace, as defined by state statute or local ordinance. This includes acts of indecent exposure or lewd conduct.
Controlled Substances. A student shall not possess, use, manufacture, produce, or distribute, or aid in the use, manufacture, production, or distribution of, any controlled substance except as expressly permitted by law and university policy. Violation of the Residence Life Alcohol and Controlled Substances Policy is a violation of this section. Controlled substances are defined in the Controlled Substances Act of 1971, as amended.
Violation of Alcohol Policy.
A student shall not possess,
consume or furnish, or aid in the consumption or furnishing of, alcoholic beverages except as permitted by law and University policy. Violation of the Residence Life Alcohol & Controlled Substances
Policy is a violation of this section.
Firearms/Explosives/Weapons. Astudent shall not possess or use firearms, explosives (including fireworks), dangerous chemicals, weapons, knives or items that forcibly eject projectiles (including BB, pellet and air soft guns), and may be injurious to others, except as part of an approved university activity and under the supervision of a university official. Firearms (including BB, pellet and air soft guns) may not be stored in university residences. Firearms used for hunting must be properly registered with the CMU Police Department and stored in compliance with University regulations.
Complying with University Agents. A student shall comply with the directions of University agents acting in the performance of their regular or delegated duties and must identify him self or her self to
these agents upon request. Payment of Fines/Restitution.
A student shall pay fines or
restitution levied by a proper hearing body or University authority by the deadline established.
Misuse of Buildings/Facilities/Services. A student must observe rules and regulations concerning the use of campus buildings and other University owned or operated facilities, vehicles, equipment and services.
Computer Abuse. A student shall not abuse university computer time or equipment.Abuse includes but is not limited to: unauthorized entry or transfer of a file, unauthorized downloading of copyrighted info, unauthorized use of another individual's identification and password; use of computing facilities to interfere with the work of a student, faculty members or university officials; or use of computing facilities to interfere with normal operation of the university. Astudent shall adhere to the rules and practices promulgated by the University Office of Information Technology (www.oit.cmich.edu).
A student shall not haze, harass or stalk any person or group of persons. Telephone harassment, e-mail or computer harassment, stalking, racial and sexual harassment are included under this policy.
A student shall not participate in a riot or civil
disorder, which is defined as five or more persons, acting in concert, who intentionally or recklessly cause or create a serious risk of
causing public terror or alarm.
Aiding Civil Disorder. A student shall not, intending to cause or aid or abet the institution or maintenance of a riot or civil disorder, act or engage in conduct which urges other persons to commit acts of unlawful force or violence or the unlawful burning or destroying of property or the unlawful interference with a police officer, peace officer, fireman or member of the Michigan National Guard or any unit of the armed services officially assigned to civil disorder duty in the lawful performance of his/her duty.
Participation in Riot. Astudent shall not assemble or act in concert with four or more persons for the purpose of engaging in conduct which creates a serious risk of a riot or civil disorder or be present at an assembly that either has or develops such a purpose and remain there after an order has been given to disperse.
Violation of Injunction. A student shall not violate the terms of any injunction regulating conduct in Isabella county or the terms of the Mt. Pleasant Nuisance Party Ordinance during and as part of a riot or civil disorder.
Discrimination. Violation of the CMU Nondiscrimination Policy or the Equal Opportunity andAffirmativeAction protocol shall be treated as an offense under these regulations.
Violations by Registered Student Organizations. Violation by Registered Student Organizations of these regulations, and other rules pertaining to Registered Student Organizations as outlined in the Student Organization Operational Guide may be treated as an offense under these regulations.
Violation of Residence Hall Rules.
Violation of "Residence Hall Rules" may be treated as an offense under these regulations.
Collusion. A student who shall with any one or more persons enter into a combination or agreement, expressed or implied, to commit a violation of any of these regulations, is in violation of the regulation. Students are responsible for the actions of their guests while present on CMU property or at university sponsored activities.
Aiding/Abetting. A student implicated in the violation of any regulation in this document, whether he or she directly commits the act constituting the violation or procedures in connection with it, or aids or abets in its commission, may be treated under the regulations as if he or she had directly committed such violation.
Violation of Federal/State/Local Law. Violation of federal, state or local law in a manner which affects the University shall be treated as an offense under these regulations.
Violation of University Regulations. Violation of other university regulations, policies or established procedures may be treated as an offense under these regulations.
Official University Sanctions
Sanctions which may be imposed for violation of University regulations include the following:
Reprimand. A written reprimand, including the possibility of more severe disciplinary sanctions in the event of the finding of a subsequent violation of University regulations within a stated period of time.
University or Community Service.
Required work or other
service to be provided a specified time. The
to the University or other organization within person or body imposing this sanction may
service is not completed additional sanctions.
Reimbursement for defacement, damage to, or
misappropriation of property. sanction may impose another restitution is not made within additional sanctions.
The person or body imposing this allowed sanction as an alternative if the time specified and may impose
Fines. A fine not to exceed $1,000 may be levied. Failure to pay a fine in the time limit prescribed results in further disciplinary action.
Removal from University Housing. Cancellation of contract and requirement to vacate university housing within a specified period of time.
Campus Restrictions. Limitations on the times and/or places where a student may be present on campus.
Educational Programs. Participation in educational programs, i.e., workshops, seminars, or other educational activities may be required. The person or body imposing this sanction may impose another allowed sanction as an alternative if the specified program is not completed within the time stipulated and may impose additional sanctions.