Organizational Sanctions - Active


When an organization violates University policies, sanctions are put in place to inform the organization that the behavior(s) exhibited are unacceptable and are not aligned with the values of the University.  Where possible (and necessary), sanctions put in place can be a combination of punitive, educational, and/or restorative.

Mediation

  • Description: A conversation between parties in conflict facilitated by a trained mediator.This conversation will be documented and places the organization on notice that any future violations related to the conversation shall result in further disciplinary action.
  • Appropriate for: Minor violations
  • Not appropriate for: Major violations; repeat violations
  • Availability: As scheduled between the parties and the mediator
  • Supporting materials (included with sanction letter):
  • Instructions to organization (included with sanction letter):

Plan of Action

  • Description: A plan outlining various actions the organization must take in order to enhance itself and be a benefit to the University community
  • Appropriate for:
  • Not appropriate for:
  • Availability: No restrictions
  • Supporting materials (included with sanction letter):
  • Instructions to organization (included with sanction letter):

Fines

  • Description: Payment of a monetary fine
  • Appropriate for:
  • Not appropriate for:
  • Availability: No restrictions
  • Supporting materials (included with sanction letter):
  • Instructions to organization (included with sanction letter):

Restitution

  • Description: Compensation for loss, damage, or injury to the appropriate party (may take the form of service, money, or material replacement)
  • Appropriate for:
  • Not appropriate for:
  • Availability: No restrictions
  • Supporting materials (included with sanction letter):
  • Instructions to organization (included with sanction letter):

Class/Workshop Attendance

  • Description: Attendance and completion of a class or workshop that will assist the student organization to avoid future non-compliance with the Student Organization Standards of Conduct
  • Appropriate for:
  • Not appropriate for:
  • Availability: Workshop attendance may be virtual depending upon the university’s operating status
  • Supporting materials (included with sanction letter):
  • Instructions to organization (included with sanction letter):

Service

  • Description: Performance of a task, or tasks, designed to benefit the community and that also assists the organization to avoid future non-compliance with the Student Organization Standards of Conduct.
  • Appropriate for:
  • Not appropriate for:
  • Availability: No restrictions
  • Supporting materials (included with sanction letter):
  • Instructions to organization (included with sanction letter):