Sanctions Imposed For Violations Of Non-academic Misconduct

1. Censure -A statement to the offender that he/she has violated Bevill State Community College regulations and of the possibility of more stringent disciplinary action in the event of future violations. A censure statement may be given by the Director of Student Services or the Student Disciplinary Committee.

2. Community Service -Performance of duties under the supervision of approved local agencies or College officials to be completed within a specified time frame. If service is not completed in a timely manner the Director of Student Services will invoke restitution for service not completed. Community Service may be given by the Director of Student Services or the Student Disciplinary Committee.

3. Disciplinary Probation -A specified period of monitoring the student behavior to ensure compliance with Bevill State Community College Policies and Regulations, local, state, and federal ordinances. Any additional violations incurred while on probation may result in suspension or expulsion. Disciplinary probation may be given by the Director of Student Services or the Student Disciplinary Committee.

4. Disciplinary Limitations -Exclusion from participation in designated activities for a specified period of time. Any additional violations incurred while on disciplinary limitations may result in suspension or expulsion. Disciplinary limitations may be given by the Director of Student Services or the Student Disciplinary Committee.

5. Residence Hall Suspension -A student may be suspended from the residence hall for infraction of Student Housing Rules and Regulations.Suspension will be for a designated period of time. Residence Hall Suspension may be given by the Director of Student Services or the Student Disciplinary Committee.

6. Suspension -Dismissal from classes and extracurricular activities for a specified period of time. Suspension is issued by the Student Disciplinary Committee or may be approved by the Dean of Students should a student waive the right to a student disciplinary hearing. (In the case that a student poses an immediate threat to the campus community, the Director of Student Services may issue a temporary suspension, with a Student Disciplinary Hearing to be held within 72 hours, excluding Saturday, Sunday, and College holidays).

7. Restitution -Requirement to compensate the College or other injured party for the value of damaged, lost, misappropriated, destroyed property or unfulfilled community service. The Director of Student Services or the Student Disciplinary Committee shall set the amount and form of the restitution.

8. Expulsion -Termination of student status for a definite or an indefinite period. Expulsion is issued by the Student Disciplinary Committee or may be approved by the Dean of Students should a student a student waive the right to a student disciplinary hearing.

The conditions of readmission, if any, in the case of suspension or expulsion shall be stated in writing to the student.