Intent of the Proposed Change

  • To define more clearly examples of potential violations of this category.
  • Note:  The example “taunting or physically harassing wildlife” was moved to a different category.
 

Current Policy

R09.02.020 – G

Examples include:

  1. obstructing or disrupting teaching, research, administration, disciplinary proceedings, or other activities authorized by the university;
  2. interfering with the freedom of movement of any member or guest of the university to enter, use or leave any university facility, service or activity; or
  3. taunting or physically harassing wildlife or otherwise creating an unsafe or hazardous environment involving wildlife on property owned or controlled by the university.
 

Proposed Revision

Examples include:
  1. obstructing or disrupting teaching,   research, administration, disciplinary proceedings, or other activities authorized by the university;
    1. behavior in a classroom or instructional program that unreasonably interferes with the instructor or presenter’s ability to conduct the class or program, or the ability of others to profit from the class or program
    2. any behavior in class or out of class, which for any reason, unreasonably interferes with the classwork of others, involves disorder, or otherwise disrupts the regular and essential operation of the University
    3. non-compliance with reasonable time, place, or manner restrictions on expression
    4. leading or inciting others to disrupt scheduled and/or normal activities on University premises
  2. interfering with the freedom of movement of any member or guest of the university to enter, use or leave any university facility, service or activity
  3. disorderly conduct, including but not limited to, lewd or indecent behavior or conduct that disturbs the peace
 

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