Intent of the Proposed Change

  • To update language in consideration of advances in technology.  
  • To define more clearly the list of examples of potential violations of this category.
 

Current Policy

R09.02.020 - B

Examples include:

  1. forgery, falsification, or alteration of records or deliberate misrepresentation of facts on university forms and documents or to any university official or before a university judicial hearing board;
  2. misuse or unauthorized use of university identification cards, keys, funds, property, equipment, supplies or resources;
  3. falsely representing oneself as an agent of the university, incurring debts or entering into contracts on behalf of the university; or
  4. trespassing or unauthorized entry into, unauthorized presence on, or use of property which is owned or controlled by the university;
 

Proposed Revision

Forgery, Falsification, Alteration, or Misuse of Documents, Funds, Property, or Electronic Records

Examples include:

  1. forgery, falsification, or alteration of records or deliberate misrepresentation of facts on university forms and documents
  2. misrepresenting the truth during a University investigation or student conduct conference, and/or making false statements to any University official, faculty member, or office;
  3. misuse or unauthorized use of university identification cards, keys, funds, property, equipment, supplies or resources; such as
    1. possession of fake or altered identification
    2. unauthorized duplication of any University key or key card
    3. lending keys or key cards, to individuals not authorized to possess them
    4. misusing University computer resources by intentionally making, receiving, accessing, altering, using, providing or in any way tampering with messages files, electronic storage devices, programs, passwords or other computer users without their permission (as further defined in BOR 02.07)
  1. falsely representing oneself as an agent of the university, incurring debts or entering into contracts on behalf of the university; or
  2. unauthorized entry into, presence in, or use of university facilities, equipment or property which has not been reserved or accessed through appropriate University officials
 

 If you have feedback about the proposed revision, please contact a member of the Student Code of Conduct Review Team.