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7. Jurisdiction of Residence Life and Housing Administration

7. Jurisdiction of Residence Life and Housing Administration and the Office of the Dean of Students
for Incidents Which Take Place in College Residence Halls/Houses

1. Residence Life and Housing Administration: The Departments of Residence Life and Housing Administration will review alleged violations of the Residence Hall Contract (which may also constitute violations of the Student Code of Conduct) that are NOT likely to lead to removal from the residential system AND any form of suspension or expulsion from the College. Such offenses will be resolved under policies as stated by Residence Life and Housing Administration.

2. Alleged violations of the Residence Hall Contract unrelated to violations of the Student Code of Conduct shall be subject to administrative action by the Departments of Residence Life and Housing Administration. For more information on regulations and policies concerning residence halls, please consult the webpages of Residence Life and the Residence Hall Contract.

3. Office of the Dean of Students: Alleged violations likely to lead to removal from the residential system AND any form of suspension or expulsion from the College shall be subject to action by the Dean of Students. This includes, but is not limited to, all drug-related and multiple alcohol violations, forgery, weapons, arson, sexual misconduct, physical assault and serious vandalism. Identifying violations, notifying the respondent and complainant and coordinating hearings will be conducted in accordance with procedures contained within the Student Handbook. The Dean of Students or his/her designee will contact student(s), interview and, if appropriate, deliver a charge letter and announce the resolution timeline.