A. Knowingly engaging in behavior that creates a safety hazard, including, but not limited to, lewd behavior, indecent exposure, pranks, and other actions related to health and cleanliness.
B. Intentionally or recklessly causing physical harm, including, but not limited to, fighting and unwelcome physical contact.
C. Harassment based on an individual’s protected status that is unwelcome and is sufficiently severe, persistent, or pervasive; causes reasonable fear for safety; and/or interferes with or limits employment, education, or ability to participate in or benefit from university programs, activities, or resources.
D. Engaging in any hazing activities as defined prohibited by the university’s Policy Prohibiting Hazing. Hazing includes any act committed as part of a person’s recruitment or initiation, pledging, admission into, or affiliation with a student organization, athletic team, or living group, or any pastime or amusement engaged in with respect to that organization or group (other than customary athletic events or similar contests or competitions) which, with or without the consent of the participant(s), (a) causes, or is likely to cause, bodily danger or physical harm, or serious psychological or emotional harm, to any student or other person; (b) subjects a student or other person to conduct or conditions which a reasonable person in the circumstances would find harmful, including but not limited to excessive psychological or physical discomfort, including causing, directing, coercing, or forcing a person to consume any food, liquid, alcohol, drug, or other substance which subjects the person to risk of harm, alcohol or drug abuse, physical confinement, abandonment, verbal or physical abuse, or substantial interference with the person’s educational pursuits; or (c) otherwise involves a violation of a law or university policy or which encourages a student or other person to violate a law or university policy. (see Policy Prohibiting Hazing)
E. Threatening and/or intimidating behavior that expresses or implies interference with personal safety, education, employment, or participation in university activities or resources, or that causes the person(s) to have reasonable fear that such behavior is about to occur.
F. Stalking, both physically and online, including, but not limited to, behavior that threatens or endangers the physical or psychological safety or property of a person(s), or creates a reasonable fear or intimidation of such a threat or action.
G. Creating a fire-safety hazard, including but not limited to intentionally causing a fire, causing a false alarm, failure to evacuate university-controlled property during a fire alarm, improper use of, or, tampering with fire-safety equipment, possession and/or use of fireworks or other incendiary devices, and/or any other actions that create a fire hazard.
H. Possessing, using, or storing weapons on university-controlled property or at university events or programs. (See Weapons Policy).
I. Possessing, using, or storing dangerous chemical or biological substances or explosives.
J. Engaging in violations of another person’s privacy, including but not limited to unauthorized use of electronic or other devices to make an audio, photographic, or video record of a person(s) in a location where there is a reasonable expectation of privacy without prior knowledge or permission in each instance when such a recording is likely to cause injury or distress. The storing, sharing, or distributing of such records by any means also is prohibited, including the unauthorized recording of personal conversations, images, meetings, or activities.
K. Any act or series of acts of physical, social, or emotional domination or intimidation (commonly referred to as “bullying”) that causes actual or fear of physical or psychological harm and/or interferes with or limits employment, education, or ability to participate in or benefit from university programs, activities, or resources.