Code of Student Conduct - Article 7 - Interim Suspension

In an extreme circumstance where it is determined by the Dean of Students and Campus that the student poses a likely threat to the safety and welfare of him/herself, to other persons, to university property, or to the normal operations of the university, interim suspension from campus residence or from the university may be temporarily imposed. The interim suspension may be made immediately and without prior notice upon recommendation of the Dean of Students and Campus Life. During interim suspension, the student may lose regular privileges, such as the right to be present in campus residences and/or on campus or engage in any university activities or privileges as determined to be appropriate by the Dean of Students and Campus Life. The interim suspension shall be in effect until the case is heard by the appropriate judicial body. If the student is incarcerated or the incident is pending criminal charges, the hearing may be postponed. 

At any time when it appears that a student organization has violated university policies and procedures, the Student Life staff will issue an interim suspension letter until a determination to proceed is made.  The proceeding may result in an investigation and/or hearing in accordance with the procedures outlined herein. The organization may also be referred back to the Offices of Student Life and/or Fraternity and Sorority Life for further consideration and action.


Updated 4.5.18