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Instructors have the authority to determine how an incident of scholastic dishonesty will

affect a student’s grade. Situations may differ in severity and consequences as determined

by individual instructors.

If a student has an academic grievance, the grievance must be submitted in writing by

following the appeals procedure found in policy 800.31.

02. Safe Campus: Lake Region State College strives to provide an environment free of all

forms of abuse, criminal activity and intimidation.

a. Minor Misconduct: Disciplinary action may be taken against a student who:

i. Violates city ordinances or state or federal laws

ii. Possesses or uses fireworks on College property

iii. Has conduct that interferes with the operations of the College

iv. Takes or causes minor damages, to the property of another

v. Engages in disorderly behavior, harassment, bullying or any other type of

activity that adversely affects another. This could include disruptive activity

including verbal abuse of others or the use of profane or vulgar language.

This could occur using electronic formats, including, but not limited to,

telephone, texting, email, computer, or online social media harassment.

vi. Violates the LRSC Alcohol and Other Drugs policy (1500.15) regarding the

possession or consumption of alcohol and/or marijuana

vii. Misuses a student identification card

viii. Falsifies any document including transcripts, receipts, identification, etc.

or withholds or falsifies information on an application form or to any college


ix. Possesses and/or uses unauthorized keys or otherwise trespasses on College

property, including vehicles, rooms or apartments

x. Tampers with fire alarms, fire extinguishers, automatic external defibrillators

(AED), security cameras or other safety related devices

xi. Violates the LRSC Computer Use Policy/agreement (900.09.01)

xii. Conspires, facilitates or otherwise assists another who engages in any

action that constitutes minor misconduct

b. Major Misconduct: Major misconduct is any behavior or violation that may result

in suspension, or expulsion from Lake Region State College. Disciplinary action

may be taken against a student who:

i. Commits two (2) or more minor misconduct violations

ii. Violates the Sexual Misconduct/Title IX Compliance Policy (1500.15)

iii. Violates the Sexual Harassment Policy (1500.08)

iv. Assaults or engages in intimidating behavior: Uses physical force, inflicts

bodily injury or threatens another

v. Intentionally or recklessly terrorizes or places another in fear of injury or

death or causes the evacuation of a campus building or otherwise causes

serious disruption or public inconvenience. Threatening to commit any crime

of violence or act dangerous to human life or falsely informing another that

such a dangerous situation or crime of violence is imminent knowing that to

be false. This could include initiating a bomb threat or activating a fire alarm

when no such emergency exist.