Student Conduct Outcomes The student conduct process at Regis University is based upon a six step system. Students found in violation of the Code of Conduct will be sanctioned according to the guidelines outlined in the Regis University Student Handbook. Please see Guidelines for Imposing Sanctions in the Student Handbook for more information on sanctioning. Disciplinary Sanctions Sanctions for misconduct include any of the following, singly or in combination: Notice (First and Second) An official sanction given in writing notifying the student of his/her misconduct and warning that any subsequent violations must not occur. Disciplinary Probation An official sanction the places the student in a status such that any subsequent misconduct during the period of probation will result in additional discipline including, but not limited to, suspension or expulsion from the University. The period of probation is determined by the Student Judicial Board, the Student Life staff member conducting a disciplinary conference, or the Judicial Hearing Officer conducting the hearing. The student's parents/guardians may be notified of the sanction, as well as the student's academic advisor. Final Notice An official sanction in the form of disciplinary probation in which a student is formally notified that he/she will probably be evicted, suspended, or expelled upon the next violation of University policies. Parents/guardians may be notified of this status as will the student's academic advisor. Disciplinary Suspension An official sanction that prohibits the student from attending the University, residing in the residence halls, or participating in any University activity for a designated period of time, typically to include at least the remainder of the semester in which the offense occurred. A written request to return to the University on expiration of the suspension must be presented to the Dean of Students well in advance of the time when the student wishes to re-enroll. Notification of suspensions will be sent to appropriate University offices, including the student's academic advisor. Notification will also appear on the student's transcript during he term of suspension and will be automatically deleted after the expiration of the suspension. The student's parents/guardians may be notified of the decision. Disciplinary Expulsion An official sanction permanently prohibiting the student from attendance at the University. The student's parents/guardians may be notified of the decision. Notification will also appear on the student's transcript for five years. Following that period, a student may petition the University to have this notation removed from the transcript. Special Requirements The University reserves the right to impose one or more special requirements or conditions, at its discretion, to the sanctions imposed by the judicial process. Such requirements or conditions may include, but are not limited to: Restitution or Fines Counseling evaluation sessions Behavioral Health intervention Educational program sessions Restrictions on participation in campus activities, residence hall visitation Parking privileges, or contact with individual or groups on campus Restricted presence Eviction from campus residency In the case of any discrepancy between the Student Handbook and information contained on this site, the language contained in the Student Handbook will always supersede the language contained on this site.