Students are expected to be responsible for their own health and welfare and should demonstrate the ability to meet normal obligations as a member of the university community. This includes, but is not limited to, caring for their physical and emotional health, dealing appropriately with life challenges, making adequate academic progress, attending classes, and abiding by the student code of conduct, academic standards, and applicable laws. Resources are available on campus, and students should seek out and accept help as necessary.

The University reserves the right to ask students who have engaged in behavior that involves a threat to the safety of others to leave the campus. When appropriate, a student’s parent/guardian may be notified to assist in that transition. When possible, and necessary, the University will assist the student in making appropriate academic and other arrangements in the transition from the University and in evaluating circumstances under which the student could apply to return.