Conduct Sanctions

The CSU Chancellors Executive Order 1043 allows the Judicial Affairs Officer to impose the following sanctions:

a. Restitution.

b. Loss of State Financial Aid

c. Educational and Remedial Assignments

d. Denial of Access to Campus

e. Probation

f. Suspension

g. Expulsion

h. Admission or Readmission with qualifications.

Multiple sanctions may be assessed. The sanctions of probation, suspension, and expulsion are recorded on the student's academic transcript.

Students are asked to sign a statement that indicates their acceptance of the sanction. If the student is not in agreement with the sanction, the student has a right to request an administrative hearing.