Educational/Remedial: The primary goal of the Office of Student Conduct & Ethical Development is education. Examples of educational/remedial sanctions include, but are not limited to: loss of financial aide, reflective papers, community service, reflective papers, counseling, mediation letters of apology, restitution, workshops, programming, alcohol class and monetary restitution.
Warning: In instances of less serious violations from the University norms of conduct, the student(s) may be formally warned of the possible consequences of continuing such behavior. No other specific action is taken unless further misconduct occurs.
Disciplinary Probation:Administrative probation given during a specific time period. During this time period the student must adhere to the Student Conduct Code. Students are still allowed to attend all classes and activities of their choice on campus. Special conditions may apply.
Denial of Access: Students will be denied access from living in University Housing Services during a specific time period. During this time period the student must adhere to the Student Conduct Code. Students are not allowed to enter any university housing facilities during the time period of the denial of access sanction.
Interim Suspension:Pending determination of alleged violations the student can be subjected to exclusion from classes or from specified activities or areas of campus.
Suspension:During a specific time period the student is ineligible to attend San José State University, after which the student is eligible to return. * Special conditions for readmission may apply. If a student suspension is more than one year they will be required to reapply through CSU Mentor. In cases when I student suspension is more then one year the terms of suspension will remain on a student's transcript indefinitely.
Expulsion:Permanent separation of the student from student status from the campus. All the units acquired up until the time of suspension remains with the university. The units are non-transferable.