Off-Campus Expectations

The University prioritizes the holistic education of its students and recognizes that their conduct reflects the character of themselves and the University. Students are expected to understand their responsibilities both as students and as members of the greater community. Accordingly, conduct that occurs both on and off campus is within the jurisdiction of the Code of Student Conduct.

Therefore, off-campus conduct including but not limited to unruly gatherings, excessive noise, littering, trespassing, public intoxication, as well as other conduct which is disruptive, or which disregards the rights of members of the community, or which violates University policy, constitutes a violation of the Code of Student Conduct.  Additionally, any off-campus violation of local, state or federal laws or ordinances constitutes a violation of the Code of Student Conduct. The University also reserves the right to address off-campus reports or concerns, regardless of the initiation of and/or outcome of legal proceedings. Violations may result in the full range of disciplinary sanctions plus other administrative and disciplinary measures.