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It is the resident’s responsibility to read and understand all of the policies contained in the Residence Hall Handbook, Student Handbook, and Student Conduct Code Park University Student Conduct Code Residence Life and Education observes and utilizes all elements of the Park University Student Conduct Code. For more information, please visit: The office of Residence Life and Education does not have a mandatory sanction for alcohol and drug violations. Each case is considered individually to include severity, repeat offenses, and circumstances such as mental health, past habits, academic standing, and age. Sanctions may include anything from exploring behavior through essay writing to expulsion from the residence halls. The goal is to assist the resident in making healthy choices. In addition to the Student Conduct Code below is a list of Residence Hall specific policies that every resident will also be held accountable for: APPLIANCES There is no more crucial issue to the basic survival of students than fire safety. The number one cause of destruction and injury in residence halls is candles. The following items are not permitted: Hot plates or an item that uses a heating/immersion coil/Stove Tops Hazardous chemicals Toaster ovens Ultra Violet Lights Explosives & fireworks Candles & incense Halogen lamps Space heaters Full-sized refrigerators Kitchen Grills* *Can be used in the community kitchens BICYCLES Bicycles may be stored outside in the bike racks or in your room only. Do not leave bikes in stairwells. 1 st Offense: $10 2 nd Offense: $20 3 rd Offense: $30 Continual offenses will be met with a Student Conduct Hearing * * Community service activities may also be required COMMON AREA FURNITURE Common area furniture is not to be removed from the lobby. Students found in violation of this policy will be required to attend an administrative hearing.
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COOPERATION WITH STAFF Staff includes: Director of Residence Life and Education, Resident Directors, Resident Assistants, Campus Safety staff and other university officials Residents are expected to comply with all reasonable requests made by staff members; for example: providing ID, clearing area of emergency, respecting quiet hours, etc. Residents are expected to treat staff members with respect. Staff members are expected to treat residents with respect and not make unreasonable requests of residents. If you feel that your RA is being unreasonable you should talk to the Resident Director in your building or the Director of Residence Life. DISSEMINATION OF INFORMATION All postings that are not sponsored by Residence Life and Education must be pre-approved by the Office of Residence Life and Education or the Office of Student Life.
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