First Summer Session begins
Tuesday, May 28, noon - noon
Second Summer Session begins
Monday, June 17, noon - noon
Location: Oswego and vicinity
Thursday, June 6, noon - noon
Thursday, June 20, noon - noon
Student is held responsible for reimbursement for destruction of, damage to, theft of, or misappropriation of College or personal property, or costs related to personal injury. Restitution may not always be in monetary terms, but may take the form of service work.
Student receives official notice, in writing, of misconduct, together with the admonition that further misconduct may be cause for more severe disciplinary action.
The student will receive official written notice of misconduct, with the additional admonition that further misconduct, within a stated period of time, not to exceed one calendar year, shall constitute reason for consideration of the most severe disciplinary action, namely suspension or expulsion. Disciplinary Probation may carry with it certain conditions or terms appropriate to the violation, such as suspension from participation in specific campus activities (e.g., athletics, extracurricular and social activities, employment within the College), restrictions on the entry and use of campus facilities, and prescribed conduct such as service work to benefit the College community or participation in referral and assessment programs or services.
Violation of a condition(s) of Disciplinary Probation will subject the student to a disciplinary hearing before the Vice President for Student Affairs or designee. The subject of the hearing will be limited to the issues surrounding whether or not the condition(s) of Disciplinary Probation have been met.
Any finding of a violation of the Code at a College level hearing during a term of Disciplinary Probation may result in consideration of suspension or expulsion as an appropriate sanction.
Students denied access to specific grounds and facilities of the College as a result of disciplinary action who violate the terms of access may be subject to arrest for trespass and further disciplinary action.
The student's status as a student at the College, and all attendant privileges, is terminated for a specific period of time not to exceed two calendar years. At the end of the specified period, the student may apply for readmission to the College. Conditions for application for readmission may be imposed by the hearing body/officer. Academic disqualification may occur as a consequence of suspension, in which case the respondent may contact his or her academic dean's office concerning academic reinstatement. The College policy on grading related to Disciplinary Expulsions or Suspensions is outlined in the policy section of the Student Handbook.
Students who enter the grounds and facilities of the campus after access to the campus has been revoked as a result of a disciplinary hearing may be subject to arrest for trespass.
Student's status as a student at the College, and all attendant privileges, is terminated for an indefinite period of time. Conditions for readmission, if any, shall be stated in the written notice of expulsion. The College policy on grading related to Disciplinary Expulsions or Suspensions is outlined in the policy section of the Student Handbook. Students who enter the grounds and facilities of the campus after access to the campus has been revoked as a result of a disciplinary hearing may be subject to arrest for trespass.