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Per the goals of the review, we have updated any gendered language and made minor edits for spelling, punctuation and clarity. These changes are not highlighted here.
“Disciplinary Probation” is defined as: A specified period of official censure and heightened scrutiny of the student’s behavior time during which a student is given the opportunity to demonstrate the ability to abide by the community’s minimum expectations of behavior articulated in the Student Code of Conduct. If a student is found “Responsible” for another violation of the Code during this period, serious consideration will be given to imposing a sanction of suspension. A student may be required to meet periodically with a Dean (or other University official) during their period of probation. A student on Disciplinary Probation is still in good standing and may participate in student organizations, leadership positions, campus employment, and study abroad programs unless otherwise indicated by the Hearing Officer.