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r. Open Flames, Burning Embers & Flammable Materials
Possession of ,
but not limited to, candles, incense, marijuana smelling smoking substances,
smoking, fireworks,“Christmas Trees” (live or cut down), lighter fluid, gas/
propane, charcoal briquettes, and/or burning of any materials.
s. Projectiles
Throwing, dropping, or projecting, objects from a residential
structure.
t. Appliances, Electronics, and Furniture
Possessing an appliance with an
open heat source and/or no thermostat control (i.e. toaster ovens, hot plates,
space heaters, etc.); using a multi-outlet extension cord; unauthorized
movement of University furniture, and/or possessing a waterbed or self-
manufactured loft..
3.35 
Violation of University Center Policies
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Violation of the published
policies, rules, and/or regulations of the University Center.
Student Disciplinary Procedures
The purpose of these procedures is to provide for the orderly administration of
the Student Code of Conduct consistent with the principles of due process of
law. Reasonable deviations from these procedures will not invalidate a decision or
proceeding.
4.
Disciplinary Action Initiated
Any member of the University community may submit a written allegation of
violation of the Prohibited Conduct Section of the Student Code of Conduct. The
individual alleging a violation must include sufficient facts which would enable
the Dean of Students or designee to decide if further fact finding is necessary. An
allegation of violation must include the
name of the complainant and should include pertinent facts including, but not limited
to, a description of the alleged violation, the date of the alleged violation, the name(s)
of the students involved, the time that the alleged violation took place, and the
location of the alleged violation.
5.
Notice
5.1 
Students who are the subject of prohibited conduct allegations will be notified
by the appropriate Hearing Officer. Such notice will contain information regarding
the student conduct involved and a statement of the Code provision(s) and/or
University policy alleged to have been violated.
5.2 
All written notices to students will be considered received upon the occurrence
of one or more of the following: placing the written notice addressed to the student’s