Where the university deems it necessary, the university reserves the right to remove a student
from university housing. Access to other university-owned facilities can also be restricted.
Behavior that could result in removal from university housing may include but is not
limited to: disruptive, rude, or threatening behavior; students caught with alcohol,
drugs, drug paraphernalia, weapons, sneaking out, inability to keep dorm room or
commons area clean, destruction of community/university property, etc. Because of the
University’s obligation to the safety of the student, the parents of the student will be notified
of the student removal from University housing. It should also be noted that in the case of an
illegitimate pregnancy, the student may be required to live off campus in a residence
approved by the VPSL (the student would also be subject to any applicable standards,
policies, and discipline concerning sexual behavior).
Note: The VPSL, Disciplinary Committee, and/or President’s Cabinet reserve the right
to determine certain behaviors that are inappropriate resulting in removal from university
Policy Revised: Fall 2014