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    Mount Ida College
   
 
  Nov 18, 2017
 
 
    
2017-2018 College Catalog

Impact of Judicial Probation or Suspension upon Academic Activities


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Students may be found responsible for violations of College policy or local, state and federal laws and may be issued a sanction for these violations. In cases where the violation results in the assignment of College probation or suspension, this may trigger a review of the student’s continued eligibility for college internships or other academic-related activities where they are representing the college or engaging with the public or specific populations. In such cases, the Provost and Chief Academic Officer will be notified by the Vice President for Student Affairs or designee of the violation and resultant sanctions. The Provost and Chief Academic Officer will share this information with the School Dean and/or Department Chair as appropriate and may request additional information about the violation, with the understanding that often only limited information may be shared. Academic Affairs will then make the determination as to whether the student may represent the college in the academic activity.

In addition, when a student is placed on Interim Suspension (see explanation below), in some situations, the student may be able to remotely engage in academic work during the interim suspension period at the discretion of their instructors. The Dean of the school is notified when a student is placed on interim suspension and will inform the student’s faculty and department chair of the suspension.

 

 Interim Suspension

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The College reserves the right to immediately suspend any student representing a threat to life or safety, or disruption of the College community or any one or more of its members. The Vice President for Student Affairs or designee will determine when such action will be taken. A hearing will be accorded said student as soon as is reasonably possible following such a suspension.   

Students placed on interim suspension are issued a Notice Against Trespass prohibiting them from entering the campus during the suspension period without authorization from the Vice President for Student Affairs or designee. The Vice President for Student Affairs or designee reserves the right to modify the terms of interim suspension. Students on an interim suspension may be able to complete some of their coursework remotely during the interim suspension period at the discretion of their instructors. The make-up of any academic work missed during an interim suspension, and which could not be/was not completed remotely, is allowed is at the discretion of the instructor after the interim suspension and Notice Against Trespass is removed. The Vice President for Student Affairs will notify the Dean of the school, the Registrar and the Director of Student Financial Services when a student is placed on interim suspension; the Dean of the school will notify the appropriate faculty.

 

Non-Academic Suspension

Students who have been suspended from the College are liable for all fees and charges for the semester in which the suspension occurs, and are withdrawn from their courses and may not complete them. Students suspended from the College may not attend classes nor visit the campus for any reason during the suspension period, nor may they visit in the residence halls. Instructors are advised of this action by the Office of Academic Affairs.

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