Administrative Action & Involuntary Withdrawal

A. Administrative Action

i. Interim Restriction

Interim Restriction includes but is not limited to restricted access to university activities or property, residential facilities, room relocation, or other restrictions or conditions on attendance. Interim Restriction is effective immediately upon notification by the Resolution Center. Interim Restriction is not subject to appeal or review.

ii. Interim Suspension

Interim Suspension includes denied access to all University property, activities, services, and classes. Interim Suspension is effective immediately upon notification by the Resolution Center. Interim Suspension is subject to review.

1. A student has three days from receipt of notification of Interim Suspension to request a meeting with the Assistant Vice President/Dean of Well-Being and Healthy Living, or designee, to review the decision.

2. A student will receive written notification of the continuation or removal of interim suspension status, or conditions that must be met prior to updating the interim suspension status.

3. The decision of the Assistant Vice President/Dean of Well-Being and Healthy Living, or designee, is final and goes into effect immediately.

iii. Interim Suspension Due to Exceptional Circumstances

When a student is unable to participate in conduct proceedings to resolve alleged violation(s) of the Student Code of Conduct, for example incarceration or medical incapacitation, the student may be placed on Interim Suspension Due to Exceptional Circumstances status. The University will note in the student’s education record the nature of the allegation and the fact that the student was on Interim Suspension status prior to resolution. A hold will be placed on the student’s account and they will not be able to return to the University without resolving the alleged violation(s).

B. Involuntary Withdrawal Policy

Last updated: 8/5/19