Student Conduct

Student Conduct

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Mission

The Office of Student Conduct serves to support the Mission and Ethos of Carroll University through fair and equitable processes that serves to maintain a community of excellence, safety and character. Consistent with this mission, The Office of Student Conduct will:  

  1. Protect the interest, rights and values of Carroll University by upholding all local, state and federal laws.
  2. Hold students and student groups accountable and challenge them to understand their actions and how they impact the larger campus community.
  3. Encourage students to interrogate their own values and identify how they may adopt alternative patterns of behavior that support their ideals.

File a Report

Student Conduct Report: Complete this form to file a complaint with the Office of Student Conduct. A hearing officer will respond to the complaint.

Campus Climate Report: The Campus climate Response Protocol advances this commitment by providing a mechanism by which individuals may report incidents of real or perceived bias, exclusion, or inequity and seek support through campus resources in addressing those concerns.

Title IX & Sexual Misconduct: Important information on how to report sexual misconduct; including sexual harassment, sexual assault, dating violence, domestic violence and stalking.

Frequently Asked Questions

Will my parents/guardians find out about my alleged violation(s)?
What type of sanctions may occur?
Do I have to attend my hearing with a conduct officer?
Can someone come with me to my hearing?
Do I have the ability to appeal the outcome of my hearing?
What if my alleged involvement in an incident occurred off campus?
How does the hearing officer make decisions about "student responsibility" of a policy violation?
Can I read the documentation that details my alleged involvement?
What occurs during my administrative conduct hearing?
What if I did not know my alleged actions were in violation of the Student Code of Conduct?

Alcohol Policies

  1. Alcoholic beverages may be possessed, purchased and/or consumed only by persons of legal drinking age, and only in areas designated by the university. 
  2. No individual may procure, sell, dispense or give alcoholic beverages for or to an underage individual.  This includes hosting a gathering where underage individuals are in possession of alcoholic beverages.   
  3. Intoxication and/or alcohol abuse shall not be tolerated and will not be accepted as an excuse for unlawful behavior or misconduct. 
  4. Alcoholic beverages will be permitted at approved campus events in accordance with the guidelines established by the university. 
  5. Alcoholic beverages of any kind are strictly prohibited at university athletic events, in university-owned or leased vehicles, and in classrooms, unless permitted by guidelines established by the university. 
  6. Alcoholic beverages are never to be used as a reward for achievement or given as a prize or an award. 
  7. Common alcohol sources, such as kegs, are prohibited. 
  8. Regardless of age, alcohol related paraphernalia is prohibited. 
  9. Any intoxicated person will be considered to be in possession of an alcoholic beverage by consumption.

Alcohol Misuse Sanctions

The level at which the alleged alcohol violation will be heard is determined by the specifics of the particular incident, past history or conduct violation(s), the severity of the alleged violation, as well as other violations which may have occurred simultaneously.  *First, second and third level alcohol sanctions may be more severe depending of the specifics of the particular incident, past history of conduct violation(s), the severity of the alleged violation, as well as other violations that may have occurred simultaneously.

Illegal and Controlled Substances

  1. The possession, sale, distribution, production, or use/misuse of illegal, controlled, or banned substances is prohibited.
  2. Possession, use and/or distribution of any rape drugs, including but not limited to Rohypnol, Ketamine, GHB, Burundanga, without a prescription, is prohibited, and administering one of these drugs to another students is, additionally, a violation of the Sexual Misconduct policy. More information on these drugs can be found at http://www.911rape.org .
  3. The possession of paraphernalia, including but not limited to bongs, hookahs, scaled, and pipes for the purpose of illegal drug use is prohibited.
  4. Prescription drugs are controlled substances. The use of prescription drugs for non-medical reasons is prohibited. Prescription drugs may only be used by the student who m they are prescribed.

Illegal and Controlled Substances Sanctions

The level at which the alleged illegal, controlled, and banned substance violation will be heard is determined by the specifics of a particular incident, past history of conduct violation(s), the severity of the alleged violation, as well as other violations which may have occurred simultaneously.  *First, second, and third level illegal, controlled, or banned substance sanctions may be more severe depending on the specifics of the particular incident, part history of conduct violation(s), the severity of the alleged violation, as well as other violations that may have occurred simultaneously.

More Resources

Annual Security Report
State Laws
Campus Equity
Office of Violence Prevention
Ethics Point
Title IX

Contact

Jacob Eisch, Carroll University

Jake Eisch

Director of Student Conduct & Violence Prevention jeisch@carrollu.edu


 
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