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I have raised the issue with the university secretary as a breach of the code of student conduct and a potential criminal offence.
Still, it's easy to conjure shouts from a dormitory window that would and should violate a code of student conduct.
Post a code, section or innovative idea to help create the first online open source collaborative code of student conduct.
In that role, he served as the judicial officer enforcing the code of student conduct, coordinated "Welcome Week" for new students, and served as the student affairs liaison with faculty on student issues.
Gurbaj Multani wore the kirpan sewn into a pouch and concealed beneath his clothing in a compromise reached with his school, but the School Board ruled that the kirpan was a weapon and wearing it to school violated the Board's code of student conduct.
It gives schools unilateral authority to discipline students with disabilities for violating a code of student conduct policy, without considering if the disability is a factor in the behavior.
It's part of a revised Code of Student Conduct, whereby even principals will be disciplined, even fired, if they fail to report such acts, according to a recent story in The Philadelphia Inquirer.
In hopes of dodging such suits, many schools "will adopt whatever federal code of student conduct and discipline the Department of Education sees fit to impose upon them.