||Cordial and considerate behavior is vital for enjoying harmony within any group, professional or social. And knowledge of appropriate behavior is essential for assuming any level of leadership in society. Therefore, all students are expected to uphold high standards of dignified behavior and personal integrity, both on and off campus. Adopting proper speech, etiquette, and attire will maximize orderliness in the student’s heart and mind, and will ensure that the student’s influence on his or her surroundings is suitable for every situation.
Students who engage in disrespectful, dishonest, dishonorable, or other inappropriate behavior, while on or off campus, will be spoken to by the faculty or members of the Student Life team, as appropriate, and may be subject to disciplinary sanctions in accordance with the General Remedial Procedures described in this Code of Student Behavior.
In addition to the above, specific offenses that are subject to disciplinary action include, but are not limited to:
Note: The above list is not all-inclusive.
- dishonesty, academic or otherwise (See section on Academic Honor Code)
- disruption of a class or other university function, including use of abusive or disrespectful language
- repeated unexcused absences and tardiness in any course
- harassment, intimidation, or coercion
- acts or threats of violence or physical force
- tobacco, alcohol and drug use in violation of local, state, or federal law, and/or University policy
- sexual misconduct
- misrepresentations in applying for financial aid, during a Student Support Committee meeting, or with respect to one’s transcripts, academic records, college identification card, meal pass, and other official university document
- theft of property and services, and willful property damage
- acts that compromise campus safety or security
- possession of weapons, explosives, or incendiary materials
In the event that the Dean of Student Life or his or her designee determines that a student must meet certain conditions in order to safely and satisfactorily continue in the University community, the student may be required to enter into a continuing enrollment agreement with the University. Such agreement will be customized to address issues on which the student needs to put personal or professional attention.
Following are some of the standards of
conduct expected of students at Maharishi University of Management.
Questions on these points should be directed to the Department of
Student Life c/o Elaine Pomfrey, Associate Dean of Students,
email@example.com or Graham
Torpey, Assistant Dean of Students, firstname.lastname@example.org.