Part 5: Interim Administrative Action
In cases where the Vice President of Student Affairs/Dean of Students (or a designee) believes, based upon the information available, that a student has engaged in a serious violation of The Student Code and/or federal, state, or local law, the Vice President for Student Affairs/Dean of Students (or a designee) may impose an interim restriction.
- If the University is in receipt of information that leads the University to believe that a student is a possible risk, the University has the right to impose an interim restriction. Interim restrictions become effective immediately without prior notice and remain in effect until after the hearing and appeal process is completed.
- Interim restrictions may include: separation from the University or residence area, relocation of residence, restriction to designated campus areas or other campus facilities by time or location, restriction of communication with individuals or groups or the requirement to obtain advance authorization to engage in a specified activity.
- Violations of interim restrictions may result in separation or expulsion from the University.