Article 2, Part 3 – Registered Organizations and Organization Fund
§ 2-304 Sanctions of Registered Organizations
A Registered Organization, Registered Student Organization and/or University Student Organizations may be sanctioned for one or more of the following causes:
knowingly sponsoring, urging, or engaging in actions by individuals or organizations that violate university rules or regulations, including this Part.
knowingly sponsoring, urging, or engaging in actions on campus by individuals or organizations that violate local, state, or federal law
knowingly sponsoring, urging, or engaging in actions that substantially disrupt or interfere with the normal operation of the university or with the lawful activities of organizations or individuals authorized to use university facilities
No Registered Organization or Registered Student Organization may be sanctioned except by action of the appropriate university authority after notice and opportunity for hearing in accordance with procedures adopted by the Senate Committee on Student Discipline or the Faculty Advisory Committee.
The sanctions may include but are not limited to one or more of the following: warning; probation for a specified time; suspension of registered status for a specified time; revocation of registered status. Students involved with a Registered Organization, Registered Student Organization and/or University Student Organization that is under judicial review, may also be reviewed individually by the Office for Student Conflict Resolution.