Sanctions

WORKSHOPS & SEMINARSSERVICE & EVENTSPAPERSUNIVERSITY STANDING
  • Alcohol eCHECKUP TO GO (formerly E-CHUG)
  • Marijuana eCHECKUP TO GO
  • Alcohol BASICS
  • Marijuana BASICS
  • STAR (Strategies Targeting Alcohol Responsibility)
  • Ethics & Values Seminar
    • The class is intended to give students information regarding the principles of ethics and decision-making. Participation in this class is mandated by a Hearing Officer or Body as a result of a violation of the University of Missouri Standard of Conduct and/or the Department of Residence Life Residence Hall Rules & Regulations. The class materials and readings will be the basis for group discussions and interactions. Participation is required of all participants in the class.
    • This class is not for credit and cannot be failed. However, students who fail to complete the class and assignments will not receive certification of completion of the class and may face additional action by the University.
    • Sign up to attend the Ethics and Values seminar via MU Connect.

Community Service

Approved Community Service Locations
Submission Process: Please complete the Community Service Completion Form and submit via OrgSync.

Campus Involvement

Links to campus events: stufftodo.missouri.educalendar.missouri.edu
(Examples of events that will NOT qualify:  Sporting Events, Movies, Concerts, Football tailgates, club meetings, blood drives, and anything required for a class or organization you are a member of, etc.  If in doubt email conduct@missouri.edu for pre-approval.)
Submission Process: Please upload your completed 500 word summary for each event on OrgSync.

Involvement Ambassador Meeting

Involvement Ambassador Consultation
Submission Process: Please upload your involvement form that you completed at your Involvement Ambassador Meeting on OrgSync.

SMART Goals

Specific:Does your goal clearly and specifically state what you are trying to achieve? If your goal is particularly large or lofty, try breaking it down into smaller, specific SMART goals.

Measurable: How will you (and others) know if progress is being made on achieving your goal? Can you quantify or put numbers to your outcome?

Attainable: If achieving your goal dependent on anyone else? Is it possible to reframe your goal so it only depend on you and not others? What factors may prevent you from accomplishing your goal?

Relevant: Why is achieving this goal important to you? What values in your life does this goal reflect? What effect will achieving your goal have on your life or on others?

Time-bound: When will you reach your goal? Again, if your goal is particularly large, try breaking it down into smaller goals with appropriate incremental deadlines.

Submission Process: Please complete the SMART Goals Form for each of your SMART Goals on OrgSync.

This I Believe Project

  1. To thine Own Self Be True- Judith Jamison
  2. Living with Integrity – Bob Barret
  3. Perfection of Character – Angelina Michetti
  4. Rule of Law – Michael Mullane
  5. Failure is a Good Thing – Jon Carroll
  6. Presumption of Decency – Edward Glaeser
  7. Real Consequences of Justice – Frederic Reamer
  8. A Shared Moment of Trust – Warren Christopher

MU Values Paper

Read the Statement of Values and then respond to the following reflective questions:

  1. Examine the core values of the institution and how the value of Responsibility relates to your personal and educational goals.
  2. Discuss the incident in which you were found in violation of institutional policy. In what ways was your Responsibility compromised by your actions or decisions?
  3. Give an example of a time you demonstrated Responsibility in your personal or academic life.
  4. Provide an outline on how you plan to continue to integrate the value of Responsibility in your everyday life upon leaving the University of Missouri.

Research papers & Essays

As assigned, the topic will be related to the incident that violated the code of conduct.

Reflection paper

After completion and submission of all other sanctions you need to email the Office of Student Conduct at conduct@missouri.edu to request your reflection paper writing prompt or pick up the prompt in the Office of Student Conduct, MU Student Center G206.

Warning
A notice in writing to the student that the student is violating or has violated institutional regulations.
Probation
A written reprimand for violation of specified regulations. Probation is for a designated period of time and includes the probability of more severe sanctions if the student is found to be violating any institutional regulation(s) during the probationary period.
Loss of Privileges
Denial of specified privileges for a designated period of time.
Residence Hall Suspension
Separation of the student from the residence halls for a definite period of time, after which the student is eligible to return. Conditions for readmission may be specified.
Residence Hall Expulsion
Permanent separation of the student from the residence halls.
University Dismissal
An involuntary separation of the student from the institution for misconduct. It is less than permanent in nature and does not imply or state a minimum separation time.
University Suspension
Separation of the student from the University for a definite period of time, after which the student is eligible to return. Conditions for readmission may be specified.
University Expulsion
Permanent separation of the student from the University.

Please note this is an outline of the most utilized sanctions. Additional sanctions not listed may be imposed upon any student found to have violated the Standard of Conduct.