In an effort to be transparent about university actions following the March 6 riot in the Hill neighborhood, we are providing as much information as we can within the scope of the law regarding the adjudication of student cases. We cannot share details about individual cases.
It can take several weeks for investigation and adjudication processes to be complete. Any student found responsible for having engaged in acts of violence toward police officers or other egregious acts connected to the events of March 6 - including damage to property - will face serious sanctions, with the most significant violations potentially resulting in expulsion from CU Boulder without the possibility of readmission. Students may be subject to interim sanctions, including suspension from the campus for more serious violations, while their cases are adjudicated. Students arrested on criminal charges related to the March 6 riot will likely be issued a notice of interim exclusion or suspension, depending on the nature of the charges.
Note that due to federal privacy laws, no further information can be provided about the cases noted below.