Students at Florida Poly are expected to be familiar with the Student Code of Conduct.
Two principles underline conduct efforts. The first is that the conduct process serves as an educational experience aimed at assisting the individuals involved to redirect their behavior and energies along acceptable lines and, if possible, make right what has gone wrong. The second principle is that every effort is made to encourage students to assume responsibility for their own behavior. In carrying out these principles, great emphasis is placed on the consideration of each individual case rather than attempting to have matching “penalties” or actions for specific offenses.
University and Residential Life staff are responsible for working with students to maintain an environment in which the rights of all students are respected and in which students assume standards of responsible, respectful behavior. University and Residential Life staff have the authority to implement these objectives in the residence halls.
The University and the Department of Residential Life believes that each policy violation is unique in its own right, and the University and Department does not prescribe a specific set of sanctions for set violations. Sanctions are based upon what would be the most appropriate for the individual(s) who violated policy. As a result, any combination of the following educational sanctions may be imposed upon any student found to have violate the Residential Life Handbook and/or Student Code of Conduct – this is not an exhaustive list: