What disciplinary actions mean.
Disciplinary warning - oral notice of violation of college rules.
Reprimand - formal action after censuring a student for violation of college rules or failure to satisfy the college’s expectations regarding conduct. Reprimands are made in writing to the student by the disciplinary official. A reprimand indicates to the student that continuation or repetition of the specific conduct involved or other misconduct will result in one or more serious disciplinary actions described below.
Disciplinary probation - formal action placing conditions upon the student’s continued attendance because of his or her violation of college rules or failure to satisfy the college’s expectations regarding conduct. The disciplinary official placing the student on probation will specify, in writing, the period of probation and the conditions, such as limiting the student’s participation in extra-curricular activities. Disciplinary probation warns the student that any further misconduct will automatically raise the question of dismissal from the college. Disciplinary probation may be for a specific term or for an indefinite period which may extend to graduation or other termination of the student’s enrollment in the college.
Suspension - temporary dismissal from the college and temporary termination of student status for violation of college rules or for failure to meet college standards of conduct.
Expulsion - dismissal from the college and termination of student status for violation of college rules or for failure to meet the college standards of conduct for an indefinite period of time, or permanently.
Summary suspension - temporary dismissal from the college and temporary termination of a student’s status for a period of time not to exceed ten (10) instructional days, unless extended as provided in this chapter, which occurs prior to invocation of the formal hearing procedures specified in these rules due to a necessity to take immediate disciplinary action, where a student presents an imminent danger to the college property, or to himself or herself, or other students or persons in college facilities on or off campus, or to the educational process of the college.