All clubs and organization are expected to abide by the University's Code of Conduct, Club Policies, Federal, State, and local laws. In the event that a club or organization breaks a university or the Center for Student Involvement Office policy the club or organization may be held accountable for its actions and behaviors.
The Center for Student Involvement reserves the right to take disciplinary action based on a club and/or its member's actions and behaviors. This may or may not include a written or verbal warning, a halting of the recognition process and freezing of an account number.
In the event that a club or organization is given a warning (verbal or written) it is expected that the club or organization will follow the appropriate policies as outlined. If a club continues to not follow the policies outlined in the Code of Conduct or the Center for Student Involvement the club/organization and/or its members may be held accountable for its actions and behaviors.
Accountability can be defined as, but not limited to, being placed through the University's integrity formation process, club/organization probation.