In certain circumstances, interim measures may be taken upon notification to Student Conduct Services of alleged student misconduct. These interim measures do not replace the student conduct process. Interim measures may be imposed effective immediately, without prior notice, when in the judgment of the Director, the seriousness of alleged behavior threatens the safety and well-being of members of the University community, threatens University property or has potential to disrupt or interfere with normal University operations.
The student or organization will be notified in writing of the terms of the interim measures and the reason for the interim measures. Interim measures are reviewed if new information becomes available and will be adjusted accordingly. If the student or organization wishes to appeal the appropriateness of any interim measures imposed they may submit in writing to the Hearing Officer the reasons why the interim measures are not appropriate. The Hearing Officer will review the information and notify the student or organization in writing of their decision whether or not to adjust any interim measures.
Interim measures include but are not limited to:
Interim No Contact Order:
The student is or members of an organization are prohibited from having any contact with specifically identified individuals up to and through a student conduct hearing, if required. This may prohibit students from attending specific events, activities, or classes.
Interim Trespass Order:
The student is prohibited from being in or near specifically identified locations, events, activities, or classes up to and through a student conduct hearing, if required.
Interim Residential Relocation:
The student is prohibited from residing, dining, or being near specifically identified University housing up to and through a student conduct hearing, if required. The student will be provided temporary University housing and access to University dining.
Interim Residential Suspension:
The student is prohibited from residing, dining, or being near University housing up to and through a student conduct hearing, if required. The student may attend classes.
Interim University Suspension:
The student is denied access to campus, classes, and University activities up to and through a student conduct hearing, if required.
Interim Transcript Notation:
A notation is made on a student’s official transcript indicating that there is a pending student conduct process. This notation will be removed at the conclusion of the student conduct process.
Interim Registration Hold:
A hold is placed preventing a student from registering for classes until the conclusion of a student conduct hearing, if required.
Interim Degree Hold:
The awarding of a student’s degree is withheld until the conclusion of a student conduct
hearing, if required or until the completion of all sanctions imposed.
Interim Restriction of Organizational Activity:
A temporary restriction of student organization activity. This may include but is not limited to
meetings, practices, philanthropic endeavors, and social gatherings until the matter is resolved.