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A student shall be subject to disciplinary action or sanction upon violation of any of the following conduct proscriptions:
(1) Disruptive and disorderly conduct which interferes with the rights and opportunities of other students to pursue their academic studies.
(2) Academic dishonesty in all its forms including, but not limited to:
(a) Cheating on tests.
(b) Copying from another student's test paper.
(c) Using materials during a test not authorized by the person giving the test.
(d) Collaboration with any other person during a test without authority.
(e) Knowingly obtaining, using, buying, selling, transporting, or soliciting in whole or in part the contents of an unadministered test or information about an unadministered test.
(f) Bribing any other person to obtain an unadministered test or information about an unadministered test.
(g) Substitution for another student or permitting any other person to substitute for oneself to take a test.
(h) "Plagiarism" which shall mean the appropriation of any other person's work and the unacknowledged incorporation of that work in one's own work offered for credit.
(i) "Collusion" which shall mean the unauthorized collaboration with any other person in preparing work offered for credit.
(3) Filing a formal complaint with the vice-president for student affairs and enrollment management with the intention of falsely accusing another with having violated a provision of this code.
(4) Furnishing false information to any university official, especially during the investigation of alleged violations of this code.
(5) Furnishing false information to the student conduct council with the intent to deceive, the intimidation of witnesses, the destruction of evidence with the intent to deny its presentation to the student conduct council or the vice-president when properly notified to appear.
(6) Intentionally setting off a fire alarm or reporting a fire or other emergency or tampering with fire or emergency equipment except when done with the reasonable belief in the existence of a need therefore.
(7) Forgery, alteration, or misuse of university documents, records, or identification cards.
(8) Sexual harassment including stalking, forced and/or nonconsensual sexual activity in any form, including sexual assault and sexual misconduct.
(9) Actual or attempted physical/emotional abuse of any person or conduct which threatens or endangers the health and safety of any person or which intentionally or recklessly causes a reasonable apprehension of harm to any person.
(10) Harassment of any sort or any malicious act which causes harm to any person's physical or mental well being.
(11) Recklessly engaging in conduct which creates a substantial risk of physical harm to another person.
(12) Creating noise in such a way as to interfere with university functions or using sound amplification equipment in a loud and raucous manner.
(13) Theft or malicious destruction, damage or misuse of university property, private property of another member of the university community, whether occurring on or off campus; or theft or malicious destruction, damage or misuse on campus of property of a nonmember of the university community.
(14) Unauthorized seizure or occupation or unauthorized presence in any university building or facility.
(15) Intentional disruption or obstruction of teaching, research, administration, disciplinary proceedings, or other university activities or programs whether occurring on or off campus or of activities or programs authorized or permitted by the university pursuant to the provisions of this chapter.
(16) Intentional participation in a demonstration which is in violation of rules and regulations governing demonstrations promulgated by the university pursuant to the provisions of this chapter.
(17) Unauthorized entry upon the property of the university or into a university facility or any portion thereof which has been reserved, restricted in use, or placed off limits; unauthorized presence in any university facility after closing hours; or unauthorized possession or use of a key to any university facility.
(18) Possession or use on campus of any firearm, dangerous weapon or incendiary device or explosive unless such possession or use has been authorized by the university.
(19) Possession, use, or distribution on campus of any controlled substance as defined by the laws of the United States or the state of Washington except as expressly permitted by law.
(20) Violation of the university policy on alcoholic beverages which states:
(a) Persons twenty-one years of age or older may possess and/or consume alcoholic beverages within the privacy of their residence hall rooms or apartments. Washington state law provides severe penalties for the possession or consumption of alcoholic beverages by persons under twenty-one years of age and for persons who furnish alcoholic beverages to minors. All university students should be aware of these laws and the possible consequences of violations.
(b) The university does not condone the consumption of alcoholic beverages by minors at functions sponsored by Central Washington University organizations. Organizations are held responsible for the conduct of their members at functions sponsored by the organization and for failure to comply with Washington state law.
(c) The student conduct council may place on probation any organization or prohibit a specific campus social function when the consumption of alcoholic beverages has become a problem of concern to the university.
(21) Conduct which violates the university policies on computer use.
(22) Violation of clearly stated proscriptions in any published rule or regulation promulgated by any official campus committee, commission, or council acting within the scope of its authority.
(23) Violation on or off campus of any university policy, city, county, state, or federal law. This includes participation in any university sponsored activity.
(24) Conspiracy to engage in hazing or participation in hazing of another.
(25) Failure to comply with the directive of a university official acting in the scope of authority may result in disciplinary action.
Any questions of interpretation of application or revision of the student conduct code shall be referred to the vice-president for student affairs or their designee.
[Statutory Authority: RCW 28B.10.528
(12). WSR 08-20-053, § 106-120-027, filed 9/24/08, effective 10/25/08; WSR 07-01-065, § 106-120-027, filed 12/18/06, effective 1/18/07; WSR 94-21-048 and 94-21-097, (Orders CWU AO 75 and CWU AO 75A), § 106-120-027, filed 10/12/94 and 10/19/94, effective 11/12/94 and 11/19/94. Statutory Authority: Chapter 34.05
RCW and RCW 28B.35.120
(11). WSR 91-04-054, § 106-120-027, filed 2/4/91, effective 3/7/91. Statutory Authority: RCW 28B.19.050
(11). WSR 86-23-007 (Order 59), § 106-120-027, filed 11/7/86; WSR 85-07-032 (Order 58), § 106-120-027, filed 3/15/85.]