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Top Three Code of Conduct Violations in College

Every year, colleges and universities all over the country accept students into their schools. With the excitement of new experiences, meeting new friends, and adjusting to college life, students often overlook one of the most important documents they should read – The student code of conduct. In the code of conduct there will be a section dedication to what constitutes a violation. If a student violates the code of conduct, they can face sanctions or punishment. Here are the top three most common code of conduct violations:

  1. Academic Integrity violations - A charge of academic dishonesty is a broad category that includes:

  1. Title IX Violations

Title IX violations involve many actions between two or more students. It can include a violation like unwanted physical contact such as pushing or unwanted sexual contact like kissing or fondling. It can also include verbally aggressive acts as well. For more information on Title IX violations, click here.

  1. Drug possession, use, or distribution

Students can face severe penalties if found with drugs, including paraphernalia. Possession of prescription drugs not prescribed to the student is also a violation of many universities code of conduct policy. Click here to read more about possession of drugs in school.

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