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STUDENT HANDBOOK

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07. The right to a clean living environment, and the responsibility to help keep the

environment clean;

08. The right to maintain one’s personal beliefs and values, and the responsibility to respect

other’s beliefs and values.

09. Please remember that the rights of an individual end when the exercising of those rights

interferes with the community as a whole.

RESIDENCE LIFE/HOUSING

The Residence Life Code of Conduct and Community Standards, Services and Rates are

stated below. The complete housing policy can be found in Section 800.08 of the LRSC Policy

and Procedures Manual.

RESLIFE CODE OF CONDUCT

RLC-1 VIOLATION OF COLLEGE REGULATIONS

Violation of other college regulations, policies or established procedures shall be treated as

an offense under these regulations

RLC-2 DISRUPTION OF LIVING COMMUNITY

A student shall not obstruct, disrupt or interfere, or attempt to obstruct, disrupt or interfere

with another student’s right to study, sleep, learn or complete academic requirements while

in the residence halls.

RLC-3 DISRUPTIVE SELF-INJURIOUS BEHAVIOR

A student shall not engage or threaten to engage in self-injurious behavior that negatively

impacts or is disruptive to the learning/living environment of others.

RLC-4 CONTROLLED SUBSTANCES

A student shall not possess, use, manufacture, produce, or distribute, or aid in the use,

manufacture, production, or distribution of, any controlled substance except as expressly

permitted by law and college policy. Controlled substances are defined in the Controlled

Substances Act of 1971, as amended. The use or abuse of prescription drugs or over-the-

counter substances, such as inhalants or herbals, in any way other than the intended or

appropriate use, may be interpreted as a violation under this law.

RLC-5 VIOLATION OF ALCOHOL POLICY

A student shall not possess, consume or furnish, or aid in the consumption or furnishing of,

alcoholic beverages except as permitted by law and college policy. Alcohol is not allowed in

the residence halls.

RLC-6 FIREARMS/EXPLOSIVES/WEAPONS

A student shall not possess or use firearms; explosives (including, but not limited to, fireworks

and black powder); dangerous chemicals; weapons; knives with a blade longer than three

inches, hunting knives, fixed blade knives, switchblade knives, throwing knives, daggers,

razors, other cutting instruments the blade of which is exposed; or items that forcibly eject

projectiles (including BB, CO2-powered, pellet and air soft guns); and any other device that

may be injurious to others. Firearms (including BB, CO2-powered, pellet and air soft guns)

may not be stored in the residence halls. Any replica of any of the foregoing weapons is also

prohibited.

RL-7 COMPLYING WITH COLLEGE EMPLOYEES

A student shall comply with the directions of college employees acting in the performance

of their regular or delegated duties and must identify himself or herself to these employees

upon request.