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request to meet concerning an issue or a notice alleging a violation of the Student
Code of Conduct.
False Conduct Allegation
Making a prohibited conduct allegation
against a member of the University community that is knowingly false.
False Report of Emergency
Causing, making, or circulating a false
report or warning of a fire, explosion, crime, or other catastrophe.
Being party to falsification; giving or providing false
statements, written or oral; and/or providing false information during any University
proceeding or to any University official.
Falsification of Records
Altering, tampering, forging, or knowingly
using falsified documents or records of the University, including, but not limited to,
UH parking permits and student IDs. Falsifying, attempting to falsify, conspiring to
falsify or knowingly using falsified academic records including, but not limited to,
altering or assisting in the alteration of any official record of the University and/or
submitting false information or omitting information that is required for or related
to any academic record. Academic records include, but are not limited to, applications
for admission, application for the awarding of a degree, registration materials, grade
change forms, and other documents or forms used by the Office of the Registrar.
A former student who engages in this prohibited conduct may be subject to a bar
against readmission, the revocation of a degree, and/or the withdrawal of a diploma
under the Student Disciplinary Procedures.
Forcible Entry or Trespass
Forcible or unauthorized entry to any
University building, structure, or facility and/or unauthorized entry to or use of
Gambling,Wagering, and/or Bookmaking
and/or bookmaking as defined by federal, state, and /or local laws on University
grounds or by using University equipment or services.
Any intentional, knowing, or reckless act, occurring on or off the
University of Houston campus, by one or more person alone or acting with others,
directed against a student, that endangers the mental or physical health or safety of a
student for the purpose of pledging, being initiated into, affiliating with, holding office
in or maintaining membership in any organization whose members are or include
students of the University.
Mental or Bodily Harm
a) Intentionally inflicting mental or bodily
harm upon any person; (b) taking any action for the purpose of inflicting mental or
bodily harm upon any person; (c) taking any reckless, but not accidental, action from
which mental or bodily harm could result to any person; (d) engaging in conduct,
including, but not limited to stalking, that causes a person to believe that the offender
may cause mental or bodily harm; (e) any act which demeans, degrades, or disgraces
any person and that causes, or would be reasonably likely to cause, mental or bodily
harm.“Any person” as used in this section may include oneself.