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FMU Honor Code - Authority of the University

Authority of the University


The University reserves the right to take all necessary and appropriate steps to protect the safety and well being of the campus community.  Any act committed by a student, whether on or off campus, which is determined by the University to be a threat to the safety or well being of the community or which is disruptive to the primary purposes of the University may result in the University taking action in accordance with community standards.  Student, for the purpose of this policy, is defined to mean a person enrolled for one or more hours of academic credit, or in noncredit course or courses offered in the name of the University; or a person admitted or seeking admission to the University if action is related to University admission, function, or event.  Violations by non-students may result in restricted access to campus or University events.  Non-students are expected to abide by these policies as well.  It is the responsibility of the student host of the non-student to make his or her guest aware of these behavioral expectations.




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