ERIC Number: ED332574
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1990-Aug
Reference Count: N/A
Roanoke College Student Conduct Code 1990-91.
Roanoke Coll., VA.
This Roanoke College (Virginia) 1990-91 conduct code manual is intended for distribution to students. A reproduction of the Academic Integrity and Student Conduct Code Form which all students must sign leads off the document. A section detailing the student conduct code explains the delegation of authority within the institution and describes the responsibility expected of students. A subsection on disciplinary records and notification explains where and what records will be kept and when parents are notified. A section on student rights details rights in the event of violation of the conduct code, criminal charges, or conviction of criminal offense. Listed in the section on resolution of charges are the four possible types of hearings: (1) Academic Administrative; (2) Non Academic Administrative; (3) Student Conduct Council; (4) College Conduct Board. Sections on disciplinary procedures and the review process enumerate the procedures in the event of a violation including who may bring charges, where to present charges, determination and notification regarding hearings, hearings in absentia, and temporary suspension. The section on student conduct code violations lists 23 categories of violation. Thirteen penalty categories are identified in the section on disciplinary consequences. Specified in the section on disciplinary consequence guidelines are minimum penalties for specific violations in such areas as visitation, drugs and alcohol, false identification, firearms, vandalism, fire safety, noise, and pets. (JB)
Publication Type: Legal/Legislative/Regulatory Materials; Guides - Non-Classroom
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Roanoke Coll., VA.
Identifiers: Network for Drug Free Colleges; Roanoke College VA
Note: This report is part of a collection of programs, policies and curricula developed by members of the Network of Colleges and Universities Committed to the Elimination of Drug and Alcohol Abuse, a coalition of institutions sponsored by the Department of Education, Office of Educational Research and Improvement in response to the 1989 Drug Free Schools and Communities Act. For related documents, see HE 024 527-551 and ED 313 654.