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Common Outcomes

Student Conduct & Community Standards, Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi List of Common Outcomes

 

PLEASE NOTE: The following is in no way a list of minimums or maximums in regard to sanctioning. This document was created to provide students with background information regarding which sanctions may be likely for students who have been found responsible of some of the most common code violations. For severe situations or students with prior disciplinary incidents sanctioning may look very different including suspension or expulsion. Additionally, for students who live on campus many violations could include being moved to a new housing assignment or being removed from housing depending on the severity, level of disruption to the community and/or frequency of incidents.

 

Violation (please see Student Code of Conduct for full descriptions) Common Outcomes May Include Any Combination of the Following For First Time Violators:
Academic Misconduct

 

The individual professor may assign a variety of academic sanctions for the course in question including but not limited to a failing grade for the assignment and/or course. If the student has a history of academic misconduct or the situation is severe enough an academic integrity panel may choose additional sanctions such as probation, suspension or expulsion from the University

Endangerment

 

Disciplinary probation, 3 session assessment at the counseling center, 3 - 5 page reflection paper on varying topics, 15 - 40 hours of community service, restitution for any damages caused, suspension or expulsion based on the severity of the incident

Drugs (including synthetic)

 

Online drug course with a cost of $75, 3 - 5 page reflection paper on varying topics, 10 - 30 hours of community service, parental notification, 3 session assessment at the counseling center, conduct probation

Alcohol 

 

Online alcohol course with a cost of $75, 3 - 5 page reflection paper on varying topics, 10 - 30 hours of community service, parental notification, 3 session assessment at the counseling center

Housing Violations

 

These sanctions vary widely due to the vast array of violations that can occur under these code violations. Generally sanctions may include community service, reflection papers and apology letters. In severe circumstances students may be removed from housing if they violate their agreements with Miramar or Momentum Village.

 

Every student and every case is different. It is the goal of Student Conduct & Community Standards to provide relevant, educational sanctions for students. This means that students with similar violations may have dissimilar sanctions due to their different needs. If you have any questions regarding sanctioning or the conduct process please contact the Student Conduct Officer at 361-825-6219