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directory information available off campus. Use of alcohol or other drugs which jeopardizes or endangers the welfare of oneself or others, or contributes to other irresponsible or offensive student action or behavior. Unauthorized or fraudulent use of College facilities, the College library materials, the College graphic identity system, the College telephone system, the College mail system, or the College computer system, or use of any of the above for any illegal activities or any actions prohibited by the College. Falsification, forgery, alteration, fabrication, or misuse of identification cards, records, grades, diplomas, College documents, documents submitted to the College, or misrepresentation of documents to any College office or official. Tampering with sprinkler systems and other fire safety equipment, false activations of fire alarms or sprinklers through negligence, vandalism, horseplay, or other acts, or engaging in other activities that may endanger the lives of others or threatens damage to College or personal property. Violation of policies and/or regulations of an institution offering an off-campus educational program when enrolled in such study program for pre-approved Albion College credit and/or transfer credit. Violation of local, state, or federal law on campus or off campus when such violation of the law is directly related to the College community. Unwelcome sexual advances, requests for sexual favors, and other verbal or physical conduct of a sexual nature that has the purpose or effect of interfering with the academic, professional, or work performance of a student, faculty member, or staff member; or that has the purpose or effect of creating an intimidating, hostile, or offensive employment, educational, or living environment for another student, faculty member, or staff member of the College.

18. Any intentionally false or malicious filing of a complaint or allegation of misconduct against a student, faculty member, or staff member of the College.

Parties and Social Activities Parties are not permitted on days/nights before scheduled class days, reading days, and examination days, on actual reading days and examination days, or during break periods when classes are not in session. For purposes of definition, “parties” will be defined as any gathering of individuals which creates a festive-like atmosphere by, for example, consuming alcoholic beverages, creating noise, and by their manner, being disruptive to others. The central guiding principle in this regulation is that individuals and groups need to be considerate of others around them, and that a person’s right to study and to sleep will take precedence over another person’s desire to socialize. In particular, College disciplinary action shall be taken when conduct adversely affects the College community’s pursuit of its educational objectives. This policy is not intended to prohibit “non-alcohol” activities, sponsored by Union Board or other student organizations, which complement the College’s academic program or which are part of a balanced (i.e., weekday vs. weekend events) social environment for the College and its students. However, even these activities are not permitted on days/nights before or on reading days and examination days.

Eating Contests Eating contests encourage consumption of larger than normal portions of food in typically short periods of time. Such contests can create potential choking hazards and do not exemplify healthy eating habits or a wellness lifestyle. Therefore, eating contests are prohibited activities regardless if they take place on or off campus.

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Albion College Student Handbook 2013-14  
Albion College Student Handbook 2013-14  

The purpose of the Albion College Student Handbook is twofold. It informs students of opportunities for involvement—with people, special pro...