Violations Warranting Eviction

The following violations are considered significant violations of community standards and would normally result in a students’ permanent suspension from the residence halls, regardless of previous disciplinary history. These examples are not intended to be a complete list; residents may be subject to eviction in other serious circumstances:

  • Possession/consumption of drugs
  • Possession of a large amount of alcohol
  • Physical assault (including sexual assault)
  • Possession of firearms
  • Intentionally setting a fire, falsely pulling a fire alarm or causing a fire alarm to occur

Back to Expectations List