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abandoned goods, 2.2.1

absence, leave of, 1.4.1

Academics Committee, undergraduate, 2.1.2

academic infractions, seriousness of, 2.4.8; penalties, 2.4.8

academic integrity, 1.1.2

academic regulations, 2.4

academic violations (under the jurisdiction of the Faculty-Student Committee on Discipline), 2.4.7

acceptable behavior for member initiations, 2.2.7

access to space, resources, and activities, 1.1.7

acknowledgment of sources in academic work, 2.4.6

acquittal, Honor Committee, 2.3.3

alcoholic beverages, 1.6.2

alcohol policy, undergraduate, 2.2.9; when undergraduate students are in violation of, 2.2.9; graduate student, 2.6.4

alcohol policy violations, 2.2.9

anonymity in reporting sex discrimination and sexual misconduct, 1.3.5, 1.3.6, 1.3.8

appeal, Title IX complaints, 1.3.12, 1.3.13; procedure in cases previously heard by another authority, 1.9.4; order of proceedings in cases, 1.9.6, 1.9.7; judicial committee, 1.9.11; from decisions of faculty committees, student, 2.1.1, 2.5.2; Honor Committee, 2.3.3; Residential College Disciplinary Committee (RCDB), 2.5.3; Graduate School, academic and nonacademic matters, 2.6.7

assault, sexual, 1.3

assistance, legal, 1.4.3, 2.2.13

associations on campus, 2.1.3

attendance at faculty meetings by observers, 2.1.1

behavior, acceptable for member initiations, 2.2.7

bias, 1.2.1

bibliography, footnotes and, 2.4.6

building regulations, 2.2.2

campus associations and activities, 2.1.3

Campus and Community Affairs Committee, undergraduate, 2.1.2

campus service, 1.1.7, 1.3.16

candle policy, 2.2.1

censure, 1.1.7, 1.3.16

chalking, 1.4.7

character and witness statement, Faculty-Student Committee on Discipline, 2.5.2

charitable, political, religious, or other solicitation or distribution, 3.2.2

circumstances affecting health or safety, 1.1.8

citation, false, 2.4.7

class officers, 2.1.2

Clery Act, 1.3.5

clubs, Prospect Avenue, conduct at, 2.2.11

collaboration, 2.4.9

commercial sales, 3.2.1

committees of the CPUC, 1.8.3

Committee on Discipline, the Faculty-Student (undergraduate), 2.5.2

Committee on Governance, 1.8.3

Committee on Priorities, 1.8.3

Committee on Resources, 1.8.3

Committee on Rights and Rules, 1.8.3

committees of the USG Senate, 2.1.2

community and diversity, statement on, 1.1.4

community, use of University resources: introduction, 3.1.1; administration, 3.1.2; types of facility use, by explicit invitation, by implicit invitation, by participation in University-sponsored or sanctioned programs, by renting University facilities in periods of low usage, by private invitation, 3.1.3

complainant, 1.3.3

complaints and grievances, resolution of, 1.3, 1.7; filing of, regarding sex discrimination or sexual misconduct, 1.3.7; Title IX, 1.3.7, 1.3.8; graduate student, 2.6.7

computer and network use, 1.4.9

computer programs, laboratory work, problem sets, and homework, 2.4.6

conduct: general University principals of, 1.1; on-campus, 1.4.1; off-campus, 1.4.2; library, 1.4.8; Prospect Avenue clubs, 2.2.11

conduct of hearings of Faculty-Student Committee on Discipline, 2.5.2

confidentiality of records, 1.1.6; of Honor Committee hearings, 2.3.3

confidential resources, 1.3.5, 1.3.6

confidential rights of complainants and respondents, 1.3.5

consensual relations with students policy, 1.3.4

consent, 1.3.3

coordination between faculty and undergraduates on matters affecting student life, 2.1.1

copyright policy, 1.4.9, 1.4.10

constitution of the honor system (undergraduate), 2.3.4

Council of Masters, 2.1.1

course-related material, transcription or publication of, 2.4.4

courts, University discipline and, 1.4.4

CPUC, the Council of the Princeton University Community: powers, membership, committees, 1.8

CPUC, judicial committee, 1.9

criminal complaint for sex discrimination and sexual misconduct, 1.3.11

curriculum, undergraduate, faculty reconsideration of proposals, 2.1.1

data, false, 2.4.7

defense of Honor Code violations, 2.3.3

demonstrations, 1.2.3, 3.2.3

departmental committees: graduate student, 2.1.1, undergraduate, 2.1.1

Department of Public Safety (DPS), 1.4.5

dining regulations, 2.2.3; Graduate School, 2.6.5

disabilities, students with, 2.1.5

Disciplinary Committee on Sexual Misconduct, 1.3

disciplinary probation, 1.1.7, 1.3.16

Discipline, the Faculty-Student Committee on (undergraduate), 2.5.2

discipline, University courts, 1.4.4

disciplinary procedures, Graduate School judicial system, 2.6.7

discrimination, 1.2.2; scope of, 1.3.2

discrimination, gender, 1.3

discrimination, sex and sexual misconduct, 1.3, 1.3.3

disorderly conduct, 2.2.5

distribution by off-campus individuals or organizations, regulations governing solicitation and, 3.2.2

distribution of written materials by members of the University community, 1.2.4

diversity and community, statement on, 1.1.4

domestic violence in context of intimate relationships, 1.3.3

dormitory regulations, 2.2.1; Graduate School, 2.6.3

dormitory rooms, search of, 2.2.1

drinking games, 2.2.9

drugs, 1.6.1; University policy concerning use of illegal drugs, 1.6.1, 2.2.10

eating clubs, conduct at, 2.2.11

e-cigarettes, 1.6.3

educational refresher programs, 1.1.7, 1.3.16

electronic and other sources, 2.4.6

emergency entries, 1.4.5

emergency resources and law enforcement when reporting sex discrimination and sexual misconduct, 1.3.6

equal opportunity policy, ii

EthicsPoint Anonymous Hotline, 1.3.6

ethnic bias, respect for others, 1.2.1; discrimination, 1.2.2

evidence, 1.9.9

Executive Committee of the CPUC, 1.8.3

expulsion, 1.1.7, 1.3.16

exterior elevated surfaces of campus buildings and other restricted areas, use of, 2.2.2

facility use, administration, 3.1.2; rental of, 3.1.3; types of, 3.1.3

faculty meetings, attendance at, 2.1.1

faculty procedures of concern to students, 2.1.1

Faculty-Student Committee on Discipline, 2.3.1, 2.5.2; definition of academic violations, 2.4.7

false citation or false data, 2.4.7

Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA), 2.7

financial regulations, undergraduate, 2.2.14, graduate student, 2.6.6

fire safety policy, 2.2.1

firearms, possession or use, 1.2.5

fireworks policy, 2.2.1

flammable liquids policy, 2.2.1

footnotes and bibliography, 2.4.6

fraternities, 2.2.8

freedom of expression, 1.1.3; exceptions to 1.1.3

gender discrimination, 1.3

government, Undergraduate Student Government interaction with faculty committees, 2.1.1; Undergraduate Student Government, 2.1.2; Graduate Student Government, 2.6.2

Graduate School: jurisdiction over graduate students for violations of academic rules and regulations, 2.6.1; Graduate Student Government (GSG), 2.6.2; dormitory regulations, 2.6.3; alcohol policy, 2.6.4; dining regulations, 2.6.5; financial regulations, 2.6.6; judicial system, disciplinary procedures, penalties, appeal on academic matters, appeal on nonacademic matters, graduate student grievances, 2.6.7

graduate student departmental committees, 2.6.2

Graduate Student Government (GSG), 2.6.2

grievances, resolution of, and complaints, 1.3, 1.7; procedures related to Faculty-Student Committee on Discipline, 2.5.6; graduate student, 2.6.7

guidelines, for use of information technology, 1.4.9; relating to the tax-exempt status of the University, political activities, 1.5

guilty verdict, Honor Committee, 2.3.3

harassment, examples of, 1.2.2; retaliation for, 1.2.2; policy on, 1.2.2; sexual, 1.3; complaints against members of the University community 1.7

hazing, prohibition on, 2.2.7

health and safety policies, 1.6; health regulations, 2.2.4

health or safety, circumstances affecting, 1.1.8

hearings, Judicial Committee, 1.9.3; Faculty-Student Committee on Discipline, 2.5.2

homework, laboratory work, problem sets, computer programs, and, 2.4.6

honesty and cooperation in University matters, 1.1.5

Honor Code, 2.3; constitution, 2.3.3

Honor Committee, Undergraduate, 2.3

honor system, undergraduate: jurisdiction over undergraduates for violations of academic rules and regulations, 2.3.1; introduction, 2.3.2; procedure, 2.3.3; constitution, 2.3.4

ideas and facts in student work, 2.4.6

identification cards, TigerCards, 1.2.7

illegal drugs, 1.6.1; policy, 2.2.10

incapacitation, 1.3.3

incense policy, 2.2.1

inspections, 1.4.5

interim measures following sex discrimination and sexual misconduct complaint, 1.3.9

intimate relationship, 1.3.3

intimate relationship violence, 1.3.3

intoxication, alcohol policy, 2.2.9

investigations and disciplinary procedures, sex discrimination and sexual misconduct, 1.3.10

investigative panel, Title IX, 1.3.12, 1.3.13

Judicial Committee of the Council of the Princeton University Community, 1.8.3, 1.9; powers and membership, 1.9.1; general procedures, 1.9.2; procedure in cases not previously heard by another authority, 1.9.3; procedure in appeals of cases previously heard by another authority, 1.9.4; responsibilities of the chair, 1.9.5; order of proceedings in cases of the first instance, 1.9.6; order of proceedings in appeals cases, 1.9.7; procedural requests, 1.9.8; evidence, 1.9.9; reports 1.9.10; appeals from decisions of the Judicial Committee, 1.9.11

judicial system, Graduate School, 2.6.7

jurisdiction: over undergraduates for violations of academic rules and regulations, 2.4.2; over graduate students for violations of academic rules and regulations, 2.6.1

laboratory work, problem sets, computer programs, and homework, 2.4.6

law, on-campus misconduct, 1.4.1; violations of local, state, or federal, 1.4.3; enforcement, 1.4.5; concerning illegal drugs, state, 1.6.1; student privacy rights under federal, 2.7

leave of absence, 1.4.1

legal assistance, 1.4.3, 2.2.13

library use, conduct, 1.4.8

lofts, 2.2.1

Long-term notice, Persona Non-Grata (PNG), 3.3.3

membership, Council of the Princeton University Community, 1.8.2; Faculty-Student Committee on Discipline, 2.5.2

misconduct, sexual misconduct, 1.3; on-campus, 1.4.1; off-campus, 1.4.2; at eating clubs, 2.2.11

misled, Faculty-Student Committee on Discipline, 2.5.2

monies, use of University (including student fees), 2.2.15

motor vehicle regulations, 2.2.12

multiple submission, unauthorized, 2.4.6

name, marks and seal of the University, 1.4.11

network and computer use, 1.4.9

New Jersey law, hazing, 2.2.7

no contact order, 1.3.9

noise regulations, 2.2.1

nonacademic matters involving sexual misconduct, 1.3; involving matters other than sexual misconduct, 1.7.5, 1.7.7; involving undergraduate student organizations, 1.7.6

non-consensual sexual contact and penetration, 1.3

nondiscrimination statement, ii

notices, posting of, 2.2.1

Nude Olympics, University ban on the, 2.2.6

off-campus misconduct, 1.4.2

offenses, serious, 1.2.5; extremely serious, 1.2.5

officers, class, 2.1.2

oral reports, source acknowledgment, 2.4.6

original source, plagiarism, 2.4.9

original work, student acknowledgment, 2.4.3

organizations, nonacademic matters involving undergraduate student, 1.7.6

paraphrasing, 2.4.6, 2.4.9

parking services, 2.2.12

patent and copyright policy, 1.4.10

peaceful dissent, protests, and demonstrations, 1.2.3, 3.2.3

peer representative, in hearing before Honor Committee, 2.3.3

penalties, range of, 1.1.7, 1.3.16, 2.5.5; graduate students, 2.6.7

Persona Non Grata (PNG) notice, 3.3

personal safety, 1.2.5

persons on leave of absence who are not members of the University, 1.4

pets, dormitory regulations, 2.2.1

plagiarism, definition, 2.4.7, examples, 2.4.9

policy on equal opportunity, ii; security, 1.4.6; copyright and patent, 1.4.10; health and safety, 1.6; illegal drugs, 1.6.1; candle/flammable liquid/incense/fireworks, 2.2.1; fire safety, 2.2.1; alcohol, 2.2.9

political activities, guidelines, 1.5

political, religious, charitable, or other solicitation or distribution, 3.2.2

posting of notices (including written materials), 1.2.4, 2.2.1

postponement of hearing, Faculty-Student Committee on Discipline, 2.5.2

press and media, 1.2.3

prior restraint, 1.4.6

privacy, under sex discrimination and sexual misconduct, 1.3.5

privacy and right of re-entry, 2.2.1

privacy rights under federal law for students, 2.7

probation, disciplinary, 1.1.7, 1.3.16

problem sets, laboratory work, computer programs, and homework, 2.4.6

prohibition on hazing, 2.2.7

Projects Board, USG Senate Committee, 2.1.2

property rights, 1.4

property, use of University, 1.4.7; library, 1.4.8; computer and network, 1.4.9

Prospect Avenue clubs, conduct at, 2.2.11

protected characteristic, 1.2.2

protection from retaliation, 1.7.3

protests and demonstrations, 1.2.3; regulations, 3.2

publications, student, 2.1.4; of course-related material, 2.4.4

quiet, 1.2.6

quotations, in academic work, 2.4.6

racial or ethnic bias and harassment, 1.2.1, 1.2.2

range of penalties, 1.1.7

rape, 1.3

records, confidentiality of, 1.1.6; of proceedings of Faculty-Student Committee on Discipline, 2.5.4

reference, standard forms of, in academic work, 2.4.6

referenda, Undergraduate Student Government (USG), 2.1.2

re-grading, 2.4.7

regulations: University-wide, 1.2; security and prior restraint, 1.4.6; student life, 2.2; dormitory, undergraduate, 2.2.1, graduate, 2.6.3; dining, 2.2.3, 2.6.5; health, 2.2.4; motor vehicle, 2.2.12; financial, undergraduate, 2.2.14, graduate, 2.6.6; academic, 2.4; solicitation and distribution by off-campus individuals or organizations, 3.2

relationships, intimate, 1.3.3; with individuals in authority, 1.3.4; teacher-student, 1.3.4

release of information under sex discrimination and sexual misconduct, 1.3.5

religious, charitable, political, or other solicitation or distribution, 3.2.2

rental of University facilities, 3.1.3

reports, oral, 2.4.6

Research Board, the University, 1.4.10

Residential College Disciplinary Board (RCDB), RCDB appeals, 2.5.3

Residential Living Policies Guide, 2.2.1, 2.6.3

residential living policies for graduate students, 2.6.3

resolution of complaints and grievances, 1.3, 1.7, 2.6.7

respect for others, 1.2.1

respondent, 1.3.3

responsibilities and rights of students, 2.1

responsibility to report sex discrimination and sexual misconduct, 1.3.5

restricted areas, use of, 2.2.2

retaliation, protection from, 1.3.3, 1.7.3

right of re-entry and privacy, housing, 2.2.1

rights of privacy under federal law, student, 2.7

rights and responsibilities of students, 2.1

safety, circumstances affecting, 1.1.8; personal, 1.2.5; regulations, 2.2.2

search, of persons, 1.4.6; of dormitory rooms, 2.2.1

security, Department of Public Safety (DPS), 1.4.5; University safety and law enforcement, 1.4.5; measures, 1.4.6; policy for persons who are not members of the University, 3.3

senate, Undergraduate Student Government (USG), 2.1.2

sexual assault and exploitation, 1.3

sex discrimination and sexual misconduct, 1.3, 1.3.3

sexual harassment, 1.3; scope of, 1.3.2

sexual misconduct, complaints of, 1.3, 1.3.3

SHARE, Sexual Harassment and Assault Advising Resources and Education Office, 1.3

short-term notice, Persona Non Grata (PNG), 3.3.2

smoking, 1.6.3, 2.2.1

Social Committee, undergraduate, 2.1.2

solicitation, regulations governing, 3.2.2

sorority, 2.2.8

sources, quotations, paraphrasing, ideas and facts, footnotes and bibliography, electronic and other, laboratory work, problem sets, computer programs and homework, multiple submission, oral reports, acknowledgment in academic work, 2.4.6

sponsors, outside relations (see patent and copyright policies), 1.4.10

stalking, 1.3.3

standard forms of reference, in academic work, 2.4.6

state laws on illegal drugs, 1.6.1

statement on diversity and community, 1.1.4

statement on freedom of expression, 1.1.3

storage, 2.2.1

student acknowledgment of original work, 2.4.6

student appeal from decisions of faculty committees, 2.1.1

student government committees, and interaction with faculty committees, 2.1.1

student government, graduate, 2.6.2

student government, undergraduate, 2.1.2

Student Groups Committee, 2.1.2

student life: coordination between faculty and undergraduates on matters affecting, 2.1.1; regulations concerning specific aspects of, 2.2

student organizations, nonacademic matters involving undergraduates, 1.7.6

student privacy rights under federal law, 2.7

student publications, 2.1.4

Student Senate, 2.1.2

submission, multiple, in academic work, 2.4.6

support resources, sex discrimination and sexual misconduct, 1.3.6

suspension, 1.1.7, 1.3.16

suspension with conditions, 1.1.7, 1.3.16

tax-exempt status of the University, guidelines relating to, 1.5.2

Technology Transfer Program, 1.4.10

third party, 1.3.3

TigerCards, 1.2.7

Title IX, 1.3; coordinator, 1.3.1; scope of, 1.3.2; prohibited conduct, 1.3.3; filing a complaint under, 1.3.8

transcription or publication of course-related materials, 2.4.4

transportation and parking services, 2.2.12

tutoring, 2.4.5

U-Councilors, 2.1.2

Undergraduate Announcement, 2.4.1

undergraduate departmental committees, 2.1.1

Undergraduate Honor Committee, 2.3

undergraduate honor system, 2.3

Undergraduate Student Government (USG Senate), 2.1.2

unfair advantage, 2.4.7

unfairness in proceedings, appeals regarding, 1.3.12, 1.3.13, 1.9.4

University, the law, and property rights, 1.4

University community, distribution of written materials by members of, 1.2.4

University discipline and the courts, 1.4.4

University Health Services, 2.2.4

University housing, 1.1.7

University monies (including student fees), use of, 2.2.15

University name, marks and seal, use of, 1.4.11

University policy concerning the use of illegal drugs, 1.6.1

University principles of general conduct and regulations, 1.1

University property, use of, 1.4.7; library use, 1.4.8; computer and network use, 1.4.9

University Research Board, 1.4.10

University resources, use by community, 3.1

University safety, security, and law enforcement, 1.4.5

University Student Life Committee, 1.7.6, 2.1.1

University-wide conduct regulations, 1.2

vehicle regulations, 2.2.12

violations, of honesty in University matters, 1.1.5; of peaceful dissent, protests and demonstrations policy, 1.2.3; of local, state, or federal law, 1.4.3; of the alcohol policy, 2.2.9; of the honor system, 2.3.1; of academic rules and regulations, jurisdiction, undergraduate, 2.4.2; of academic rules under the Faculty-Student Committee on Discipline, 2.4.8; of academic rules and regulations, jurisdiction, graduate, 2.6.1

Violence Against Women Act (VAWA), 1.3.1

warning, 1.1.7, 1.3.16

withholding of degree, 1.1.7, 1.3.16

written materials, distribution by members of the University community, 1.2.4