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3.28 
Unauthorized Use of Property or Service
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Unauthorized use
of property or services or unauthorized possession of University property or the
property of any other person or business.
3.29 
Unauthorized Use of University Keys
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Unauthorized use,
distribution, duplication, or possession of any key(s), access card(s), or access code(s)
issued for any building, laboratory, facility, room, or other University property.
3.30 
Use, Manufacture, Distribution, Sale, Offer for Sale, or
Possession of Controlled Substances or Drug Paraphernalia
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The
use, manufacture, distribution, sale, offer for sale, or possession of any controlled
substances, including but not limited to, barbiturates, hallucinogens, amphetamines,
cocaine, opium, heroin, or marijuana. Controlled Substances and Drug Paraphernalia
are defined by Texas law.
3.31 
Violation of Campus Recreation Policies
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Violation of the
published policies, rules, and/or regulations of the Department of Campus
Recreation.
3.32 
Violation of Established University Policies and Procedures
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Violation of established University policies and procedures including, but not limited
to, those published in the UH Student Handbook.
3.33 
Violation of Probation
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Violation of the Code while on disciplinary
probation, or violation of the terms of disciplinary probation.
3.34 
Violation of established Student Housing and Residential Life
Policies, Procedures and/or License Agreements
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Violation of the terms
of a University housing License Agreement or the published policies, rules and/or
regulations of the Department of Student Housing and Residential Life including,
but not limited to, the following:
a. Alcohol
Violation of established Student Housing and Residential Life
policies regarding the possession, distribution and consumption of alcoholic
beverages including:
1.
Consuming or transporting open alcoholic beverages in residence
hall common areas including, but not limited to, hallways, balconies,
lounges, stairways, courtyards, and/or community bathrooms.
2.
Possessing alcohol paraphernalia including, but not limited to, empty
alcoholic beverage containers, beer bongs, and/or kegs.
3.
Providing open access to alcohol including, but not limited to, access
to bulk or common source alcohol containers, access to more open
containers present than the number of legal age persons present,
or access to devices or games used in or intended for the rapid
consumption of alcoholic beverages.
b. Smoking
Smoking in a residence hall or within 25 feet of a residential
structure.