Code Category: alcohol

3.2.11 Alcohol

Use, production, distribution, sale or possession of alcohol in a manner prohibited under Texas law or which includes any of the following conduct: use or possession of alcohol by anyone under 21 years of age or providing alcohol to someone who is under 21 years of age; use or possession of alcohol anywhere other than… Read more »

3.2.13 Disorderly conduct

Any conduct that is considered inappropriate and/or inconsistent with the University’s mission, vision, or core values. Disorderly conduct may include, but is not limited to the following: contemptuous or disrespectful behavior, lewd, indecent, or obscene conduct, disrespectful online presence, drunken behavior, disruptive behavior, or any conduct that interferes with or obstructs University-authorized activities. Any individual… Read more »


Information brought to the attention of the Campus Life – Dean’s Office alleging misconduct will be investigated. Allegations should be directed to the appropriate Hearing Officer. Complaints involving alcohol violations or community standards violations in or around a university residence hall should be directed to a Residence Life staff member and in or around a… Read more »


Alcohol violations are not determined using the same procedures as other code violations. Alcohol violations occurring in a University residence hall or fraternity/ sorority chapter house are handled by a Hall Director or Fraternity/Sorority Affairs staff member. All other alcohol violations on campus are handled by TCU police. Appeals of alcohol violations issued in a… Read more »


A student found in violation of a section of the Code by either a Hearing Officer or discipline panel may appeal the hearing decision. An appeal, except appeals of alcohol violations, must be in writing and received in the Campus Life – Dean’s Office within three business days of the date of the letter notifying… Read more »