Code Category: residence hall

3.2.10 Drugs

Use, production, distribution, sale or possession of drugs in a manner prohibited under Texas Law. Possession of drug paraphernalia is considered the same as possession of drugs. Being where drugs and/or drug paraphernalia are present may also be considered the same as possession of drugs. failing a non-incident motivated drug screen one time will result… Read more »

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 »

3.2.9 Failure to comply with University authority

Failure to comply with directives of authorized University officials, identified as such, in the performance of their duties including, but not limited to, University Police officers (including other officers and security guards acting in the capacity of such), Residence Hall Directors, Assistant Hall Director, and Resident Assistants. Failure to comply with directives includes, but is… Read more »

3.3 Residential Living Rules

In addition to the rules listed in section 3.2, the following rules apply specifically to university housing.

3.3.1 Building security

Activities that jeopardize building security for any or all residents are expressly prohibited. These acts include, but are not limited to: first floor windows that are not closed and locked at all times; possession of another student’s ID or key to a residence hall room or Chapter house; tampering with locks and doors; propping doors… Read more »

3.3.2 Community safety

Behaviors that endanger the well-being of any or all residents are strictly prohibited. These include, but are not limited to: use of fireworks, bottle rockets or other explosive or propelling devices; possession of all weapons, guns, other propelling de­vices and ammunition; misuse of, or tampering with firefighting equipment, including the inappropriate sounding of fire or… Read more »

3.3.4 Facility damage

Acts that harm or otherwise negatively affect the appear­ance of residence hall building exteriors, interiors, or furnishings, by failing to exercise reasonable care or in specific acts of vandalism, are prohibited. The following behaviors, among others, are prohibited: causing damage to residence hall rooms or common areas is prohibited. The cost of repair will be… Read more »

5.1.1

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 »

5.1.6

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 »