Catalog of Howard Payne University, 2007-2009 Page: 64
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When, in the opinion of the university, the conduct of a student at any place is reprehensible
or detrimental to the best interests of the student, his/her fellow student or the university,
appropriate disciplinary action will be taken.
The standards apply to all students both on and off campus as long as they are enrolled in
Howard Payne. The authority of the university is exercised over all student groups or organizations
bearing the name of the university or any student activities to the extent necessary to
safeguard the good name and well-being of Howard Payne University and its students and faculty.
The conduct of each student is expected to uphold, not detract from, the good name of
Student Complaint/Grievance Procedure
A student who has a complaint concerning Howard Payne University should first try to
resolve the matter individually. If the matter is unable to be resolved in that manner, the student
may present a written statement to the dean of student life within fifteen (15) class days
of the occurrence. The statement must include the date, time, nature of the occurrence, and
efforts made to resolve the matter, as well as the desired resolution. The dean of student life
will attempt to resolve the problem within ten (10) class days upon receipt of the student's
statement. If the student is not satisfied with the dean's action, he or she may appeal that
action within five (5) class days. Depending upon the nature of the complaint, the dean of student
life will determine the office or personnel most appropriate to hear the appeal. The decision
made at this appeal level is final.
Because Howard Payne University is a Christian institution, each employee and student is
expected to conduct himself/herself in accordance with Christian value systems both on and
off the campus. If a student persistently conducts himself/herself in a way which would reflect
negatively upon the purposes and values of the institution, disciplinary procedures will be utilized
in accordance with the gravity of the misconduct. The dean of student life is responsible
for enforcing all regulations related to student conduct.
Examples of misconduct for which disciplinary action may be administered are as follows:
academic dishonesty, aggressive behavior, assault, violation of appropriate student dress,
inappropriate conduct in university housing, hazing, demonstrations, use or possession of
alcoholic beverages/drugs and/or paraphernalia, firearms and fireworks, disrespect for personal
and public property and sexual impropriety.
Any appeal of disciplinary assessment must be directed to the dean of student life. Refer to
the Howard Payne University Student Handbook for the appeal process.
The operation of a motor vehicle or bicycle on Howard Payne University campus is a privilege
granted by the university and is not an inherent right of any faculty/staff member or student.
The university is not responsible for fire, theft, damage to, or loss of personal property
or vehicles parked or operated on the university campus.
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