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What are some common rules for a student conduct code?

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Schools commonly require students to be honest, to respect one another and to refrain from using illegal drugs. They also do not permit any behavior that disrupts their computers, systems and networks.

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Student conduct codes usually mention that students cannot harass members of the campus community. This includes verbal, sexual and racial harassment. In addition, schools commonly do not allow the possession, storage or use of weapons.

Educational institutions do not permit students to enter into or use their facilities without authorization. Students cannot remove or attempt to remove private or public property without authorization. Students who have violated the codes cannot retaliate against the party that observed and reported the behavior. Students have to present identification upon the request of a school official.

Schools do not allow students to publish, post or distribute obscene material through their resources without authorization. Furthermore, they do not permit students to use the school’s name and trademark without authorization. Students cannot use electronic or other devices to record any person without his knowledge and consent.

Student conduct codes commonly state that students cannot tamper with, remove or damage fire extinguishers and smoke detectors. In addition, they mention that students cannot create fires or other health hazards.

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