Unauthorized material during an exam
A professor referred a first-year student for academic misconduct in a sociology class. During an exam, the student used a blue book that had previously been filled out with various notes in pencil. As the exam progressed, the student erased the portions of these notes that he no longer needed. A neighboring witness reported this behavior to the professor. The student admitted wrongdoing and agreed to a sanction of deferred separation and 15 hours of community service. Deferred separation means that the student waives his right to a formal disciplinary hearing if referred to SJA in the future.
Trespassing and intoxication on campus
UC Davis Police arrested a publicly intoxicated student for attempting to climb the fence of a campus water tower. The authorities charged him with trespassing, thus requiring him to attend court hearings as a result. Furthermore, he was referred to SJA for violation of the alcohol-free campus policy. The student agreed to several sanctions, including probation until graduation, alcohol counseling and participation in the Alcohol and Drug Abuse Prevention and Treatment program.
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