Warning – Written or oral notice to the student that continuation or repetition of misconduct may result in disciplinary action
Reprimand – Written censure for violation of specific regulations
Restitution – Required reimbursement for damage or misappropriation of property. Reimbursement may take the form of appropriate service or compensation for damage.
Disciplinary Probation – Specific period of conditional participation in campus and academic affairs, which may involve exclusion from designated privileges or extracurricular activities.
Removal by Instructor – A student may be removed (suspended) from class for the day of the incident and the next class meeting, by the instructor.
Immediate Suspension – The Vice President of Student Services may immediately suspend a student from campus, acting under an emergency to protect lives or property and/or to insure the maintenance of order.
Suspension – Temporary exclusion from student status, or other privileges or activities, for a specified period of time, not to exceed ten (10) days. A student may be suspended with a right to a disciplinary hearing up to two semesters or an academic year. The student Ombudsperson is Gary Gonzales, ext. 4651.
Suspension Subject to Reconsideration – The Vice President of Student Services may recommend to the President temporary termination of student status, or the suspension of the student from one or more of the following: 1) classes, 2) activities, 3) services, 4) programs, or 5) specific locations on campus; subject to reconsideration after a specified length of time and with specific grounds for reconsideration.
Suspension of Financial Aid – Ineligibility for state financial aid for a predetermined period not to exceed two years, for willfully and knowingly disrupting the orderly operation of the campus.
Expulsion – Permanent termination of student status. There is no right of reconsideration of a permanent expulsion at any time. On its own motion, the Board of Trustees may reconsider such actions at any time.