1. Fails to respond to a reasonable request of college officials who are acting within their authority. College officials include faculty, staff, administrators, and students who are carrying out assigned work responsibilities.

    Minimum: Reprimand
    Maximum: Disciplinary Probation
  2. Fails to respond to a legitimate oral or written request to report to a college official.

    Minimum: Reprimand
    Maximum: Disciplinary Probation
  3. Violates a no contact order issues by the college.

    Minimum: Disciplinary Probation
    Maximum: Expulsion
  4. Fails to comply with a sanction officially and finally assigned through campus disciplinary proceedings.

    Minimum: Disciplinary Probation
    Maximum: Expulsion
  5. Intentionally interferes with the normal flow of pedestrian traffic, vehicular traffic, entrances to buildings, or with the normal operation, or functions of the college. (Please refer to the Board of Trustees Rules for the Maintenance of Public Order.)

    Minimum: Reprimand
    Maximum: Expulsion
  6. Fails to respect the ongoing legitimate functions of classes, meetings, office procedures, study, sleep, or any authorized college activity. (e.g. unreasonable use of sound equipment, playing of instruments, drums, or amplified guitars in residential areas, engaging in indoor sports, violating courtesy or quiet hours, etc.)

    Minimum: Reprimand
    Maximum: Suspension
  7. Obstructs or interferes with the reprimand, discipline, or apprehension of another person who is involved in the commission of an offense under the Student Code of Conduct.

    Minimum: Reprimand
    Maximum: Suspension
  8. Duplicates, possesses, lends, or uses keys or access codes to college facilities or services without permission (e.g., lending/borrowing room keys or More Cards).

    Minimum: Disciplinary Probation
    Maximum: Expulsion
  9. Uses, receives, or other acquires college utility, computer, or communication services; computer software, telecommunications cables and hookups; or any college equipment or facilities without proper authorization.

    Minimum: Restitution
    Maximum: Suspension
  10. Brings into college buildings any animal, except as authorized by the college (small fish in containers no larger than 10 gallons are authorized).

    Minimum: Reprimand
    Maximum: Disciplinary Probation
  11. Erects a tent, lean to, or other temporary structure on college property without specific written authorization from a college official.

    Minimum: Reprimand
    Maximum: Disciplinary Probation
  12. College Guest Policy: All students must comply with the College Guest Policy, which outlines the responsibilities of guests, hosts, and the maximum occupancy of residential spaces. Please be advised that hosts are fully responsible for the behavior of their guests, must escort them at all times, and ensure that their guest has a valid guest pass on their person.

    The College Guest Policy provides additional regulations regarding guests.
    Minimum: Reprimand
    Maximum: Suspension
  13. Students must comply with occupancy levels. The maximum occupancy level for the residential areas are as follows:

    • For units designed as a residence hall single – 4 persons
    • For units designed as a residence hall double – 8 persons
    • For units designed as a residence hall triple – 8 persons
    • For units designed as a residence hall suite – 12 persons
    • For apartment units designed for three persons – 10 persons
    • For apartment units designed for four persons – 16 persons
    • For apartment units designed for six persons – 24 persons
    • For apartment units designed for eight persons – 24 persons

      Minimum: Reprimand
      Maximum: Disciplinary Probation
  14. Small, private gatherings/parties in residence facilities are only allowed in the apartment complexes. They must be registered with the Apartments Complex Office by no later than the Tuesday prior to the event. Community Engagement will forward notice to the New York State University Police. Registration forms are available from the Apartments Complex Office during normal business hours, Monday through Friday.

    Minimum: Reprimand
    Maximum: Suspension
  15. Excessive debris, recyclables, general uncleanliness, covering over 50% of walls or doors, hanging any ceiling decorations, or items outside of windows.

    Minimum: Reprimand
    Maximum: Disciplinary Probation
  16. Violates the Computer Ethics and Usage Policy (e.g. DMCA Copyright Violations, sharing account information, etc.)

    Minimum: Reprimand
    Maximum: Suspension
    Recommended Standard 1st Offense: Official Notification
    Recommended Standard 2nd Offense: Residence Probation for one semester
    Recommended Standard 3rd Offense: Disciplinary Probation for one year