Code Category: suspension

3.2.1 Infliction of bodily or emotional harm

Infliction or threat of infliction of bodily or emotional harm, whether done intentionally or otherwise, and including the threat of, or action taken in, retaliation for reporting allegations of student misconduct. Examples of prohibited behavior under this Section include, but are not limited to: assault, verbal harassment, bullying, hate crimes, and biased related incidents.

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 »

5.2.5 Suspension

Suspension is a sanction by which a student is involuntarily separated from the University for a period of one semester to four academic years. Student’s final course grades will be determined by factoring academic progress prior to the date of suspension with all remaining outstanding assignments with no credit earned. Additionally, a student suspended from… Read more »

5.2.6 Suspension in abeyance

Suspension in abeyance is a sanction by which a student is involuntarily separated from the University for a period of one semester to four academic years. However, the student is permitted to remain in classes during the period of the suspension unless he or she is found in violation of another Code section during the… Read more »