Student-Handbook-11-12.2

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Unformatted text preview: ucation of other students or the mission of the institution. Prohibited conduct consists of the following: I I I I II. Statement of Community Values Underlying the university’s mission are basic values that must be respected if the goals are to be achieved. These indispensable community values include I I the right of every individual to be treated with respect and dignity; the freedom of intellectual inquiry in the pursuit of truth; actions that are expressly prohibited by published university regulations; conduct that is disruptive to the learning/teaching environment; and conduct that is obscene, or is a breach of peace, or that is intended to insult another member of the university community on account of race, ethnicity, religion, gender, age, or sexual preference, provided it is addressed directly to a specific individual and uses words or symbols that, by their very utterance, tend to incite or encourage an immediate breach of the peace. It is expected that members of the community will actively participate in programs and activities of the university and will support efforts to foster the identified values of the community. 63 University Policies I import...
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This document was uploaded on 03/01/2014 for the course CRIM 475 at George Mason.

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