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Unformatted text preview: SUB I, Room 302, 703-993-9529 I I I I the freedom of speech and open exchange of ideas; the acceptance and appreciation of diversity with regard to race, gender, religion, sexual orientation, age, disability, ethnicity, and political views; the freedom from violence aimed at limiting freedom of, interfering with, or disrupting university activities; and the recognition that public service is an important component of the intellectual development of students. III. Behavior Expectations George Mason University believes that, through active participation in an intellectually and culturally diverse learning community, students will be better prepared to deal with the issues they will face in a rapidly changing, ethnically diverse society. Judicial Code George Mason University Judicial System for Student Conduct The University Judicial Code is revised annually during the summer. A copy of the 2008–2009 code will be available after August 1 in the Dean of Students Office, SUB I, Room 302. Please visit the following website for the complete Judicial Code: code.html. I. Underlying Purpose of the University Judicial System As a public institution of higher education, George Mason University has as its primary missions the transmission of knowledge, the pursuit of truth, and the development of its students into productive citizens...
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