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REQUIREMENT FOR HEARING PROCEDURES REGARDING
STUDENT DISCIPLINARY ACTION
AND GRIEVANCE PROCEDURE FOR REMOVAL OF INDIVIDUALS
NOT AFFILIATED WITH THE COLLEGE FROM COLLEGE PREMISES

 

 

 

POLICY:II-7-1

DATE OF ADOPTION: August 22, 2002

REVISION DATE(S):   

LEGAL REFERENCE:  

 

Student Disciplinary Action

 

In cases of student disciplinary action, the College administration will provide internal procedures ensuring compliance with applicable portions of the Oklahoma the statutes.  Procedures regarding student disciplinary actions and hearing procedures related to such actions will be made available to students through College publications.

 

Removal of Individuals not affiliated with the College from College Premises

 

In accordance with O.S. Title 21, Section 1376, any individual who is not a faculty member, staff member or student of the college may be required to leave the college’s premises if the individual:  (a) interferes with the peaceful conduct of college activities; (b) commits an act which interferes with the peaceful conduct of the college’s activities; or (c) enters the college for the purpose of committing an act that may interfere with the peaceful conduct of college activities.

 

           Written notice to vacate the property (or banning from the premises) will be provided to the individual, outlining the behavior resulting in removal.  The notice will include individual(s) involved, date(s) of incident(s), as well as procedures if perpetrator wishes to appeal.   If the recipient of this notice fails to leave the college’s property or grounds or returns within six (6) months of the issuance of this notice without permission from the President or his/her designated officer, he/she shall be deemed to be trespassing as defined by and pursuant to O.S. Title 21, Section 1376.  Any person found to be trespassing pursuant to that statute is guilty of a misdemeanor and subject to arrest.

 

           Appeal of the citation must be done in writing within 10 days of its issuance.  All such appeals should be directed to the President or his/her designated officer.  The party hearing the appeal shall have 15 days to overturn the citation.  If no such action is taken, the citation shall remain in effect without further right of appeal.