The Code of Community Standards
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The following list of behaviors are acts that constitute a violation of College’s Community Standards.?All students are responsible for knowing and abiding by the College’s Community Standards.?Students who are reported to have exhibited any of the behaviors below will be referred to the Student Conduct Process. While this list is extensive, it does not serve as all-inclusive.?Therefore all students are expected to exhibit responsible decision making at all time. The College reserves the right to refer students to the Student Conduct Process and/or apply sanctions when a student’s conduct disrupts the community, or infringes on the freedom of another individual.
Any behavior that violates the Academic Misconduct Policy,?which includes but is not limited to: cheating, dishonesty, forgery, plagiarism.
Any violation of the College’s Alcohol and Other Drugs Policy?specific to alcohol, which includes, but is not limited to:
A. Possessing or consuming alcohol under the legal drinking age.
B. Serving or providing alcohol to individuals that are under the legal drinking age.
C. Being in the presence of an open container of alcohol in College’s residence halls while under the legal drinking age.
D. Intoxication as a result of the use of alcohol.
E. Illegal or unauthorized manufacture or distribution of alcoholic beverages.
Any behavior or activities including, but are not limited to, any violation of the Code of Community Standards motivated by a race, ethnicity, national origin, gender, gender identity, gender expression, genetic information, religion, political views, sexual orientation, age, sex, military or other uniformed service, disability or any other characteristic protected under applicable local, state, or federal law.? Refer to the College’s Policy Against Discrimination, Harassment, and Retaliation?for more information.?
The unauthorized duplication or downloading of copyrighted materials.??Refer to the Copyright Policy?for more information.
Any behavior or activities that are disruptive to or negatively affect other Emerson community members, the College’s relationships with the city, its community, or other institutions.
A. Aiding or abetting any violation of College policy.
B.Throwing/dropping of objects from College buildings.
C. Intentional or reckless interference of College activities including, but not limited to, teaching; research; administration; police; fire; or emergency services.
Any violation of the College’s เล่นสล็อตออนไลน์ผ่านทางคอมพิวเตอร์Alcohol and Other Drugs Policy?specific to drugs, which includes, but is not limited to:
A.?Possession or use of marijuana.
B. Possession or use of other illegal drugs (i.e. cocaine, MDMA, heroin, hallucinogens, etc.).
C. Attempted or actual sale, distribution, or manufacturing of illegal drugs (i.e. marijuana, cocaine, MDMA, heroin, hallucinogens, etc.).
D. Impairment as a result of the use of illegal drugs or misuse of prescription or over-the-counter medication.
E. Possession or use of any drug paraphernalia (i.e. pipes, bongs, hookahs, etc.).
F. Manufacture, or attempted or actual distribution of any illegal drug or drug paraphernalia (i.e. pipes, bongs, hookahs, etc.).
G. Unlawful possession, unlawful?use, abuse, or attempted or actual distribution or manufacturing of any controlled substance (i.e. prescription drug) or over-the-counter medication.
H. Knowingly being in the presence of someone using an illegal drug.
Any non-sex and/or gender based?behavior or activity that threatens or endangers the physical or psychological health or safety of our community members or other individuals which includes but is not limited to:
A. Physical abuse or assault.
B. Abusive communication (written or verbal), threats, intimidation, stalking, harassment or coercion.
C. Infliction of or threat of physical harm that endangers the health or safety of members of our community, harms property or disrupts community members’ enjoyment of their rights or engagement in the community.
Failure to comply with the directions of College officials acting in the performance of their duties.? College officials include, but are not limited to, ECPD officers, Office of Housing and Residence Life staff, Office of Community Standards and Student Conduct staff, and Resident Assistants.?
Knowingly furnishing false information, including but not limited to:
A. Forgery, altering official documents or identification with intent to defraud.
B. False reporting of any emergency (i.e. bomb, fire, medical, etc.) on or off campus by means of activating a fire alarm or in any other manner.
C. Making false reports or giving false information in any formal College investigation or proceeding.
A. Unauthorized or reckless use of candles, incense, or open flames in College facilities.
B. Intentionally or recklessly misusing or damaging fire or other safety equipment.
C. Causing or attempting to cause a fire or adding to unauthorized fires.
D. Unauthorized storage, possession, or use of hover-boards, self-propelled scooters, or similar devices in any College owned or leased facility, vehicle (including transportation buses), or at any College-sponsored event.
Gambling, including the sale of raffle tickets.?Refer to the?Gambling Policy for more information.
Students are responsible for the actions of their guests.?Refer to the Guest Policy for more information.
All forms of invasion of privacy including but not limited to the recording, filming, photographing, viewing, transmitting or producing the image or voice of another person without the person’s knowledge and expressed consent while in an environment that is considered private or where there is a reasonable expectation of privacy.
A. Misuse or abuse of College resources.
B. Unauthorized presence in/on or forcible entry into a College facility or College-related premises, including College building roofs or fire escapes.
C. Unauthorized use or misuse of College property including, but not limited to, equipment, thermostats, technology, or keys.
Any behavior or activities that violate the College Residence Hall policies or contracts.?Refer to the Residence Hall policies for more information.?
Retaliation against an individual for reporting a College policy violation or cooperation with a College-related investigation.
Any violation of the Sexual Misconduct Policy?which includes, but is not limited to, rape, sexual assault, any unwelcomed sexual behavior, sexual harassment, domestic violence, dating violence, or stalking as they are defined for the purposes of the Clery Act or Sexual Misconduct Policy.?Refer to the Sexual Misconduct Policy for more information.?
A. Smoking, including use of electronic smoking devices in any College-owned or -leased facility or vehicle, or otherwise designated “no smoking” areas.
B. Any violation of the College’s Alcohol and Other Drugs Policy?specific to tobacco.
Attempted or actual theft of property or services; knowingly being in possession of stolen property.
Attempted or actual vandalism or the damage, destruction, or defacement of College property or the property of others.
Violations of published College policies, rules, regulations, or the student and student organization rights and responsibilities.?
Violations of local, state, federal, and international laws, regulations, and ordinances, whether occurring on or off campus.
A.Unauthorized storage, possession, and/or use of firearms, fireworks, dangerous weapons, weapons used for sparring or fighting, or hazardous chemicals on College premises or at College-sponsored activities. This includes, but is not limited to, guns, ammunition, nunchakus or karate sticks, switchblades, mace, pepper spray, firecrackers, tear gas, or other dangerous weapons or articles.
B. Unauthorized storage, possession, and/or use of knives except butter/table knives without a serrated edge or non-locking pocket knives with a single edge no longer than 2” in length.
See the Weapons Policy??