15. Honor Code (non-academic violation)

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Behavior that compromises the integrity of the University community, including the following:

a. Stealing.

i. The unauthorized taking, misappropriation, or possession of any property belonging to, owned by, or maintained by the University, an Organization, or another individual; or

ii. The possession, retention, or disposal of stolen property.

b. Deception.

i. Making a false statement to a University-affiliated or other official; or

ii. Knowingly furnishing or possessing false, falsified or forged materials, documents, accounts, records, identification or financial instruments.

c. Contempt of the Conduct Process. Acts which otherwise obstruct the conduct process. Such acts include, but are not limited to:

i. Failure of a student responding to allegations to appear for a conduct hearing;

ii. Disruption of or interference with the orderly conduct of a formal or informal proceeding;

iii. Failure to comply with the sanction(s) imposed under the Code of Conduct;

iv. Deliberately abusing, misusing, or misleading the procedural aspects of the conduct process;

v. Destroying or concealing information during an investigation of an alleged policy violation;

vi. Initiating a student conduct proceeding in bad faith;

vii. Attempting to discourage or interfere with an individual’s proper participation in, or use of, the student conduct system; or

viii. Attempting to influence the impartiality of a Hearing Officer or Panelist outside of the hearing process.

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