Sec. 5-205. Student Misconduct.
The University may discipline a student for academic misconduct. Academic misconduct is any activity that tends to undermine the academic integrity of the institution. The University may discipline a student for acts of reported personal misconduct which occur on University property or at a University sponsored function. The University may discipline a student for acts of reported personal misconduct that are not committed on University property if the acts arise from University activities that are being conducted off the University campus, or if the misconduct undermines the security of the University community or the integrity of the educational process. In addition, University policies and procedures relating to student misconduct shall be established and set forth in a Code of Student Community Standards.