1. RSOs may be charged with violations of the Student Code of Conduct to the same extent as students.
  2. RSOs, as well as their members and other students, may be held collectively and/or individually responsible for violations occurring within the jurisdiction provided in Section C.1.
  3. The RSO officers, leaders, signers, or individuals currently listed in an official position in the Center for Student Involvement records may be held collectively and/or individually responsible when such violations are committed by persons associated with the organization who have received consent or encouragement from the organization officers or leaders, if those officers or leaders knew, or reasonably should have known, that such violations were being or would be committed.
  4. The officers or leaders of a student organization may be directed to take action designed to prevent or end such violations by the organization or by any persons associated with the organization. Failure to comply with a directive may be considered a violation of the Student Code of Conduct, both by the officers or leaders of the organization, and by the organization.

Read the full Student Code of Conduct