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abide by them at all times in order to maintain a fair, just, and safe learning community environment.


Any violation of these conduct code regulations is strictly prohibited and may result in disciplinary action ranging from a warning letter or probation, to suspension or dismissal from the college. The judicial system is educational in nature, and every effort is made to develop understanding and compliance with the college standards of conduct. In addition, falsifying information obtained from the Doane College Website, WebAdvisor, the intranet, or from any print materials associated with the college is subject to disciplinary action.


Forms of dishonesty include: cheating, plagiarism, forgery, knowingly furnishing false information to college staff, alteration or use of college documents, or instruments of identification with intent to defraud. This includes the sale of term papers, computer programs, and unauthorized use of computer security authorizations. Other examples of this include when students:


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Intentionally obstruct or disrupt teaching, research, administration, disciplinary proceedings, or other college activities. This includes violations of the policies of the library.


2. Engage in acts or expression of harassment, discrimination, personal intimidation, or intentional physical or emotional abuse of any individuals on the college premises or at college sponsored or college supervised functions.


3. Display conduct that threatens or endangers the health or safety of any individuals on the college premises or at college sponsored or


college supervised functions or conduct that is likely to result in property damage.


4. Commit theft or attempt theft of property or services of the college or that of a member of the college community or campus visitor, or possession of known stolen property.


5. Fail to comply with the directions of college officials or their designees acting in performance of their duties.


6. Fail to appear on request or give truthful testimony at a disciplinary hearing.


7. Use or enter college facilities without authorization.


8. Violate the law on campus and violate the law off-campus as explained under 9.


9. Possess or use firearms without authorization, (including air rifles and air pistols), ammunition, explosives, fireworks, firecrackers, or dangerous chemicals on campus.


10. Set fires, tamper with fire protection equipment, or cause false fire alarms.


11. Possess, sell, distribute, use or become involved with any kind of non-prescribed narcotics and/or illicit/dangerous drugs or controlled substances.


12. Demonstrate disorderly conduct.


13. Engage in sexual misconduct, lewd, indecent, or obscene conduct or expression on college-owned or controlled property or at college sponsored or supervised functions.


14. Engage in unsafe conduct (i.e. any conduct that threatens or endangers students’ lives or


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