The Student Resolution Center strives to make navigating the conduct process as easy as possible, but we understand that you still may have questions. We’ve gathered some of our most frequently asked questions here to help, but please don’t hesitate to contact us using the contact information at the bottom of this page if you have a question that is not answered here.

If you do not complete an assigned disciplinary sanction by the deadline stated in your outcome letter, a registration hold is placed to remind you to complete it.
Your outcome letter states what specific documentation is required for your sanction to be considered complete. If you have not provided that specific documentation (an advisor’s signed business card, or an email of completion for an online tutorial, for example) your sanction is considered incomplete.
A registration hold prevents any changes to your class schedule. You may not add or drop classes while the hold is in effect. It does not change any classes for which you are currently scheduled. It does not prevent you from graduating or receiving your diploma or transcripts. If you leave or graduate from CSU with a registration hold in effect, and choose to re-apply, you must meet with SRC before your application will be considered.
Each student is unique, and we consider each student’s situation individually, on its own merits. We will not discuss your roommate’s case with you, since that would violate their privacy.

Although there is no additional charge for many of our sanctions, certain DAY Programs include an administrative fee to defray the costs of intensive staff time, services, and support. (Fees for similar services available off-campus are considerably higher.) Your hearing officer chose that sanction as the most relevant to your situation.