Case Summaries 2020-2021

2020-2021 Code of Non-Academic Conduct Case Summaries

REGULATION 1-Disturbance of the Peace

In a joint student administrative hearing, the board considered allegations that students A, B and C violated regulations 1, 13c, 14 and 15-Covid of the Code of Non-Academic Conduct. The board found students A, B and C responsible for regulations 1 and 15-Covid but not responsible for regulations 13c and 14.  The students received a Disciplinary Warning.  

In a simplified hearing, the board considered allegations that students A and B violated Regulations 1, 14 and 15 of the Code of Non-Academic Conduct.  The board found both students responsible for all violations.  The students received a Disciplinary Warning.

In a joint student administrative hearing, the board considered allegations that students A, B and C violated Regulation 1, 4, 15-Covid and 15 social event of the Code of Non-Academic Conduct. 

The board found all students responsible for 1, 15 and 15, but not responsible for 4.  The students received a Disciplinary Warning and one Disciplinary Probation due to accumulated points.

In a joint student administrative hearing, the board considered allegations that students A, B, C, and D violated Regulations 1, 13b, and 15 of the Code of Non-Academic Conduct.  Student E violated Reg.1 and 15 and student F also violated Regs. 1 and 15 but student E was considered the host of the event and responsible for inviting too many guests to their room.  Therefore, all of the students received the moderate number of points for these violations resulting in a short-term Disciplinary Probation.  It should be noted,  that student E received a reduced sanction based on their involvement.

In a simplified hearing, the board considered allegations that two students had violated Regulations 1, 13b, 13c, and 15 of the Code of Non-Academic Conduct. The board found the one student responsible for Regulation (1), (13b) and Covid Agreement (15), but not responsible for Regulation (13c) The other student was found not responsible for any violations. The responsible student received a disciplinary warning.  

In a simplified hearing, the board considered allegations that three students had violated Regulations 1 and 14 of the Code of Non-Academic Conduct, and one student had violated Regulations 1 and 5 of the Wesleyan University Code of Non-Academic Conduct. The board found the three students not responsible for Regulations (1) or (14) and one student responsible for Regulation (1), but not responsible for Regulation (5).  The responsible student received a disciplinary warning. 

In a simplified hearing, the board considered allegations that students violated Regulation(s) 1 and 15 of the Code of Non-Academic Conduct.   The board found the students not responsible for regulations 1 or 15 of the CNAC. The students were very honest about their testimony and were cooperative with Public Safety. They were on the front porch of their residence without any non-residential guests. Given the circumstances, the board determined that no sanctions were necessary.

In a simplified hearing, the board considered allegations against students A, B, and C for violations of regulations 1 and 15 (Covid). Students A, B, and C were found responsible for violating Regulation 15, but not responsible for violating Regulation 1. Students A, B, and C received a disciplinary warning.

In a joint administrative hearing, the board considered an allegation that Student A violated Regulation 1, 13a, 13b, 14, and 15. Based on the evidence presented, the board found the student responsible for violating regulations 1, 13b, 14, and 15. The board found that there was not enough information to find the student responsible for regulation 13a. The student was placed on disciplinary probation.

In a joint student administrative hearing, the board considered an allegation that Student A violated Regulations 1, 13b., 13c., 14, and 15 of the Code of Non-Academic Conduct. The board found Student A responsible for regulations 1, 13b, 14, and 15, but not responsible for  regulation 13c.  The student received a disciplinary warning.

In a Joint Student/Administrative Hearing, the board considered allegations that Student A, Student B, and Student C violated Regulations 1 and 15 of the Code of Non-Academic Conduct. The board found Student A responsible for Regulation 1 and responsible for regulation 15. The board found Student B responsible for Regulation 1 and responsible for regulation 15. The board found Student C responsible for Regulation 1 and responsible for regulation 15. A disciplinary warning was received for all three students.

In a Simplified Hearing, the board considered allegations that Student A, Student B and Student C violated Regulations 1, 14 and 15 of the Code of Non-Academic Conduct. 

The board found Student A responsible for regulation 1, 14 and 15. 
The board found Student B responsible for regulation 1, 14 and 15. 

The board found Student C responsible for regulation 1 and 15, but not responsible for Regulation 14. All students received a disciplinary warning.

In a Simplified Hearing, the board considered allegations that Student A and Student B violated Regulations 1, 14, and 15 and that Student C had violated Regulations 4, and 15 of the Code of Non-Academic Conduct. 

The board found Student A responsible for regulation 15, but not responsible for regulations 1 and 14.
The board found Student B not responsible for regulations 1, 14 and 15. 
The board found Student C responsible for regulation 14 and not responsible for regulation 15.  Students A and C received a disciplinary warning.

In a joint student administrative hearing, the Board considered allegations that students A, B, C, D E, F, and G, violated regulations 1, 14 and 15 of the Code of Non-academic Conduct.  Students H, I and J violated regulations 1, 13b, 14 and 15 of the Code of Non-Academic Conduct. While the students involved expressed regret for their behavior, it was clear that this was an egregious violation of the COVID-19 guidelines. Students A, B, C, D, E, F and G were found responsible for all violations and issued a disciplinary probation.  Student H was found responsible for all violations and received a disciplinary probation.  Student I was found responsible for all violations and was suspended from university housing.

In a joint student/administrative hearing, the board considered allegations that students A and B violated regulations 1, 14, and 15 of the Code of Non-Academic Conduct.  The board found the students responsible for the violations. The board found the negligence of the students to regulate the number of visitors and a lack of knowledge regarding social distancing and mask-wearing. The board considered this behavior as egregious and a deferred suspension was issued.   

In a Joint Student Administrative hearing, the board considered allegations that Students A,B,C,D,E,F and G violated regulation 1 of the Code of Non-Academic Conduct.  The board found students A, B, C, D, E, F and G responsible for violating regulation 1 of the Code of Non-Academic Conduct. All students received a disciplinary warning.

In an Honor Board Hearing, the board considered an allegation that Student A violated Regulations 1 and 5 of the Honor Code. Student A did not appear at the hearing. The board found Student A responsible for regulation 1 and responsible for regulation 5. The student was assessed a failure for the assignment and put on probationary status.

In a Simplified Hearing, the board considered an allegation that Student A and Student B violated Regulations 1 and 13b of the Code of Non-Academic Conduct. 
The board found Student A responsible for regulations 1 and responsible for regulation 13b. The board found Student B responsible for regulations 1 and responsible for regulation 13b. A disciplinary warning was issued.

In a Joint Student-Administrative Hearing, the board considered allegations that Students A, B, and C violated Regulations 1, 13b, 13c, 14, and 15 of the Code of Non-Academic Conduct. Additionally, the board considered allegations that Student D violated Regulations 14 and 15.

The board found Student A responsible for all 5 of their charges: 1, 13b, 13c, 14, and 15; Students B and C responsible for regulations 13b, 14, and 15; Students B and C not responsible for 1 and 13c and Student D responsible for all charged regulations, 14 and 15. Students received disciplinary probations.

In a simplified hearing, the board considered allegations that students A,B, and C violated regulations 1 and 15 of the Code of Non-Academic Conduct. The students were found responsible for regulation 1 and were sanctioned with a disciplinary warning.

REGULATION 2-Harassment and Abuse

In a Full Hearing, the board considered an allegation that Student A and Student B violated Regulations 2, 4, 13a, 14, and 4, 13a, 14 respectively of the Code of Non-Academic Conduct. The board found Student A responsible for regulation 2, 4, 14, and Student B responsible for regulation 4 and 14.  A disciplinary warning was issued to Student B. Also a mandatory meeting with Allison Williams or Debbie Colucci of the office of equity and inclusion has been assigned to Student A. Student A should be on probationary status for the remainder of Student A's academic career. 

REGULATION 4-Property

In a Simplified Hearing, the board considered an allegation that Student A and Student B violated, Regulations 4 and 13e of the Code of Non-Academic Conduct. The board foundStudent A responsible for regulation 4 and not responsible for 13e; Student B responsible for regulation 4 and not responsible for 13e. A disciplinary warning was issued to both students. 

In a Simplified Hearing, the board considered an allegation that Student A violated Regulation 4 of the Code of Non-Academic Conduct. The board found Student A not responsible for regulation 4.

In a Simplified Hearing, the board considered allegations that a student had violated Regulations 4 and 14 of the Code of Non-Academic Conduct. The board found the student responsible for Regulation 4 and 14.  The students received a disciplinary warning and a referral to CAPS.

In a Simplified Hearing, the board considered an allegation that Student A violated Regulations 4 and 14 of the Code of Non-Academic Conduct. The board found Student A responsible for Regulation 4 but not responsible for Regulation 14. A disciplinary warning was issued.

In a full hearing, the board considered allegations that Student A,  B, C, D, E, F, G, H, I, J and K violated regulations 14 and 15 of the Code of Non-Academic Conduct. The Board found Student A responsible for Regulation 4, Student B responsible for Regulation 15. Student C not responsible for any violations; Student D responsible for Regulation 14 and 15; Student E responsible for Regulation 15; Student F responsible for 14 and 15; Students G, H and I responsible for Regulation 15; and Students J and K responsible for 14 and 15. Students found responsible were issued a disciplinary warning. 

In a joint student/administrative hearing, the board considered allegations that a student had violated Regulation 4 and 13b of the Code of Non-Academic Conduct. The board found the student not responsible for Regulation 4 but responsible for Regulation 13b. The student received a disciplinary warning. 

In a joint student/administrative hearing, the board considered allegations that student A violated Regulations 4 and 14 of the Code of Non-Academic Conduct. The board found the student responsible for both charges. The student was placed on disciplinary probation.

REGULATION 5-False Information

In a Simplified Hearing, the board considered allegations that two students violated Regulations 5,14, and 15 of the Code of Non-academic Conduct. The board found one student responsible for Regulation (5) and Covid Agreement-Regulation (15), but not responsible for Regulation (14). The board found the other student responsible for Covid Agreement-Regulation (15) but not responsible for Regulation (5) and Regulation (14). The one student received a disciplinary warning, and a referral to caps. The other student received a disciplinary warning, and a referral to caps.

REGULATION 8-Fire Protection Systems

In a Simplified Hearing, the board considered allegations that Students living in a senior wood frame house violated Regulations 8 of the Code of Non-academic Conduct.  The Board found all the students except one responsible for Regulation 8.  Those found in violation were given disciplinary warnings and the board did make a recommendation to Fire Safety that their monetary fine be reduced.

In a simplified hearing, the board considered allegations that student A violated regulations 8, 9D, 13B, and 15 of the Code of Non-Academic Conduct. The board found the student responsible for violating regulations 8 and 13B. The student was found not responsible for regulations 9D or 15. A disciplinary warning was issued.

In a Simplified Hearing, the board considered an allegation that Student A and Student B violated Regulations 8,9D,13A, and 13B of the Code of Non-Academic Conduct. The board also considered allegations that Student C violated Regulations13A and 13B of the Code of Non-Academic Conduct. The board found Student A responsible for Regulations 8,9D, and 13A but not responsible for Regulation 13B. The board found Student B responsible for 8,13A, and 13B but not responsible for 9D. Students A and B received points and were placed on disciplinary probation. Student C was found responsible for Regulation 13A but not responsible for Regulation 13B. Student C received points and a disciplinary warning

In a Simplified Hearing, the board considered allegations that a student had violated Regulations 8 and 9d of the Code of Non-academic Conduct. The board found the student not responsible Regulation (8) but responsible for Regulation 13b. The student received a disciplinary warning. 

REGULATION 9-Restricted Items/Fire Hazards

In a simplified hearing, the board considered an allegation that student A violated regulations 9, 4, and 7 of the Code of Non-Academic Conduct.

The board found the student to be responsible for violating regulations 9 and 4, but found the student not responsible for the violation of regulation 7. Student A was given a disciplinary warning.

REGULATION 9B-The Use or Storage of Kerosene Lamps

In a Simplified Hearing, the board has found the student responsible for violating the Code of Non-Academic Conduct for Regulation 9B and 9D. Based on the information presented during the hearing the board has decided to sanction the student with a disciplinary warning.

REGULATION 9D-Certain Decorative Items

In a joint/student administrative hearing, the board considered allegations that students A, B, C, and D violated regulations 9d and 15 of the Code of Non-academic Conduct. The board found the students not responsible for 9d, but responsible for 15. It should also be noted that the students admitted responsibility for 15. Covid Regulation.  The students received a disciplinary warning.

REGULATION 13-Drugs and Alcohol

In a simplified hearing, the board considered allegations that students A and B violated Regulations 13 and 13b of the Code of Non-academic Conduct.   The board found students A and B responsible for regulations 13 and 13b and they received a disciplinary warning.  Student C was found not responsible for any violations.

In a Simplified Hearing, the board considered allegations that a student had violated Regulations 13 and 13b of the Wesleyan University Code of Conduct. The board found the student responsible for Regulation 13 and 13b. The board issued a disciplinary warning.

In a Simplified Hearing, the board considered an allegation that Student A violated Regulations 13 and 13b of the Code of Non-Academic Conduct. The board found Student A responsible for regulations 13 and 13b. A disciplinary warning was issued.

REGULATION 13a-Underage Possession or Consumption of Alcohol

In a Simplified Hearing, the board considered allegations that a student had violated Regulation 13a, 9b and 15 of the Code of Non-academic Conduct. The board found the students responsible for Regulations (13a), (9b), and (15). The students received points, and a disciplinary warning. 

In a Simplified Hearing, the board considered an allegation that Student A, Student B, Student C, Student D and Student E violated Regulations 13a, 15 of the Code of Non-Academic Conduct. The board found all five Students responsible for Regulation 13a but not responsible for Regulation 15. A disciplinary warning was issued and points were assessed.

In a Simplified Hearing, the board considered an allegation that Student A, Student B and Student C violated Section II, Regulations 13a, 14, and 15 of the Code of Non-Academic Conduct. The board found Student A responsible for regulation 13b, 14  and 15; The board found Student B responsible for regulation 13b, 14 and 15; The board found Student C responsible for regulation 14 and 15 and not responsible for regulation 13b. The students were assessed points and disciplinary warnings.

In a simplified hearing, the board considered allegations that Student A and Student B had violated Regulation 13A of the Code of Non-Academic Conduct. The students admitted responsibility and they were accessed a disciplinary warning and points.

In a simplified hearing, the board considered allegations that a student had violated Regulation 13A of the Code of  Non-academic Conduct. The board found the student not responsible for regulation 13A.  The student received 0 points, but we would like the student to follow up with their class dean regarding appropriate behavior on campus.

In a simplified hearing, the board considered allegations that students A, B, and C had violated Regulations 13a, 14, and 15 of the Code of Non-academic Conduct, and that student D had violated Regulations 6, 13a, 14, and 15 of the Code of Non-academic Conduct. The board found students A, B, and C responsible for Regulation (14), and covid agreement Regulation (15), but not responsible for Regulation (13a). The board found student D responsible for Regulation (6), (13a), (14), and covid agreement violation (15). Students A, B, and C received points and a disciplinary warning. Student D received  points, was placed on disciplinary probation and received a referral for WesWell. 

REGULATION 13B-Distribution of Alcohol to underage persons anywhere on Campus

In a Simplified Hearing, the board considered an allegation that Student A and Student B violated Regulations 13a and 15 of the Code of Non-Academic Conduct. The board foundStudent A and B were found not responsible for both regulations 13a and 15.

In a simplified hearing, the Board considered allegations that a student violated Regulation 13 and 13B of the Code of Non-academic Conduct. Based on the testimony provided by the student and the report, the Board found the student responsible for both violations. The Board recommends the student to visit Weswell by the assigned date. The student received points based on his actions and refusal to be transported.

In a simplified hearing, the board considered allegations that a student had violated Regulation 13b of the Code of Non-academic Conduct. The board found Student A and Student B responsible for Regulation (13b).  The student received points and a disciplinary warning. 

In a Joint Student/Administrative Hearing, The board considered allegations that Students A, B, C and D violated Regulations 13b, 13c, 14 and 15 of the Code of Non-academic Conduct.  The Board found Student A responsible for violating regulation 14 and 15, points and academic probation were assessed. Student B was found responsible for violating regulations 13b, 14 and 15, points and a deferred suspension were assessed. Student C was found responsible for violating regulations 13b, 14 and 15, points and academic probation were assessed. Student D was found responsible for violating regulations 13b, 13c, 14 and 15, points and a suspension from university housing were assessed. 

In a Joint student/administrative hearing, the board considered allegations that Students A, B, and C violated Regulations 13b, 14 and 15-COVID of the Code of Non-academic Conduct.  Based on the information provided, Student A was found responsible for 13b because they admitted to being in possession of and consuming alcohol and not for 14 and 15-COVID.  Students B and C were found responsible for violating Reg.14 because they fled the scene when PSafe arrived.  There was not enough evidence to confirm a violation of Regs. 13b and 15-COVID. A Disciplinary Warning and points were assessed.

In a Joint Student Administrative Hearing, the board considered an allegation that Students A, B, C, D, E, F, G,  and H violated Regulations 13b and 15 of the Code of Non-Academic Conduct.  The board found Student A responsible for Regulations 13b and 15; The board found Student B responsible for Regulations 13b and 15.The board found Student C responsible for Regulations 13b and 15;The board found Student D responsible for Regulations 13b and 15; The board found Student E responsible for Regulations 13b and 15;The board found Student F responsible for Regulations 13b and 15;The board found Student G responsible for Regulations 13b and 15; The board found Student H responsible for Regulations 13b and 15. The students have been placed on disciplinary probation and points have been assessed. 

REGULATION 14-Failure to Comply

In a simplified hearing, the board considered allegations that Students A and B violated Regulations 14 and 15 of the Code of Non-academic Conduct.  Student A was found responsible for Regulation 15, but not Regulation 14.  Student B was found not responsible for either violation.  Student A received points and a disciplinary warning. 

In a Joint Student Administrative hearing, the board considered allegations that Students A, B, and C violated Regulation 14 of the Code of Non-academic Conduct.  The board found the students responsible and issued a disciplinary warning. 

In a Joint Student Administrative hearing, the board considered allegations that students A, B,and C violated regulation 14 and 15. Covid Guidelines of the Code of Non-academic Conduct.  The board found all three students responsible for Regulation 15 and 14. The students were assessed points and given a disciplinary warning. 

In a simplified hearing, the board considered allegations that Student A, Student B, and Student C violated regulations 14 and 15 of the Code of Non-Academic Conduct. The board found the student responsible for violating regulation 14 and 15.  The students were sanctioned with a disciplinary warning and points.

In a joint student/administration hearing, the board considered allegations that the students violated, Regulation14 and 15 of the Code of Non-Academic Conduct. The board found the students responsible for violating Regulations 14 and 15. We recommended these students to be sanctioned with a disciplinary warning and points assessed. Furthermore, we recommended student A to write an additional letter of apology to the RA.

In a joint student/administration hearing, the board considered allegations that Students A, B, C, D and E violated Regulations 4, 14 and 15 of the Code of Non-academic Conduct.  The board found students A, B, C, D, and E responsible for all violations and recommended points and disciplinary warnings.

In a simplified hearing, the board considered allegations that students A, B, and C, violated regulations 14 and 15 of the Code of Non-academic Conduct.  The board found the students responsible for 15, but not responsible for 14. A disciplinary warning was issued and points were assessed.

REGULATION 15-Department Regulations

In a joint student/administrative hearing, the board considered allegations that students A, B and C violated Regulation 15-COVID agreement and 15-Social Event of the Code of Non-academic Conduct.  The board found Students A, B and C not responsible for Regulation 15-COVID agreement or Regulation 15 Social Event.  The board issued no sanctions in this case.

In a Simplified Hearing, the board considered allegations that students A, B, C and D had violated Regulation 15 of the Code of Non-academic Conduct. The board found none of the students responsible for Covid Agreement (15). 

In a Simplified hearing, the board considered allegations that Students A, B, C and D violated Regulation 15 of the Code of Non-academic Conduct.  The board found Students A and B responsible, but students C and D not responsible.  The board assessed points and a disciplinary warning to Students A and B with no sanctions imposed to Students C and D.  

In a Joint Student Administrative Hearing, the board considered allegations that Students A, B, C, D, E violated Regulation 15 of the Code of Non-Academic Conduct. The board found Students A, B, C, D, E responsible for regulation 15; Students A, B, C a disciplinary warning was issued and points were assessed; Student D, a deferred suspension and points were assessed; and Student E received a disciplinary probation and points were assessed.

In a Simplified Hearing, the board considered allegations that Student A had violated Regulation 15 of the Code of Non-Academic Conduct. The board found the student responsible for Covid violation (15).  The student received 2 points and a disciplinary warning. 

In a Simplified Hearing, the board considered allegations that Student A, B, C, D and Student E violated, Regulation15- COVID Agreement of the Code of Non-Academic Conduct. The board found Students A, B, C, D, and E responsible for a COVID Agreement violation. A disciplinary warning was issued and points assessed.

In a Joint Student Administrative Hearing, the board considered allegations that the students living in a senior wood frame house on a designated Quiet Street had violated Regulation 15 of the Code of Non-academic Conduct. The Board found two of the five residents responsible for violating Regulation 15: Covid Agreement and Quiet Street Agreement. They were sanctioned with judicial points and placed on disciplinary probation until May 31st. The remaining three students were found not responsible and no sanctions were given to them.

In a Joint Student Administrative Hearing, the board considered allegations that a student living in a senior wood frame house violated Regulation 15-Covid Agreement of the Code of Non-Academic Conduct. The board found the student responsible for the Board found the student responsible for violating Regulation 15: Covid Agreement Violation. The student was placed on housing probation until May 31st.

In a joint student administrative hearing, the board considered allegations that several students violated Regulation 15-covid agreement of the Code of Non-Academic Conduct.  The board found all of the students responsible for regulation 15. The students admitted responsibility and expressed deep regret for their actions. Given the circumstances, the board determined that a disciplinary warning and points would be appropriate for all involved.

In a Community Standards Board Hearing, the board considered allegations that a student A, B and C had violated Regulation 15-covid agreement Code of Non-academic Conduct. The board found Student A B and C responsible. Student A and B received disciplinary warnings and student C's probationary status was extended. 

In a Joint Student Administrative Hearing, the board considered an allegation that Student A and Student B violated Regulation 15- Covid Agreement of the Code of Non-Academic Conduct. The board found Student A responsible for Regulation 15 regarding the breaking of quarantine and not responsible for Regulation 15 regarding an incident at Red and Black Cafe. The board found Student B not responsible. A disciplinary warning was issued and points were assessed to Student A. 

In a Simplified Hearing, the board considered allegations that Students A, B, C, and D violated Regulation 13b of the Code of Non-Academic Conduct. The board found Students A, B, C, D responsible for regulation 13b. A disciplinary warning was issued and points have been assessed.

In a Community Standards Board Hearing, the board considered allegations that two students violated Regulation 15-covid agreement of the Code of Non-academic Conduct. The board found the students responsible. The students both received points, and one student must complete the Covid Moodle by Tuesday, February 16 at 5 pm. 

In a full hearing, the board considered allegations that Students  A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H, I, J , K, L, M, N, O, P, Q, R, S, and T violated Regulation 15 (COVID Agreement) of the Code of Non-academic Conduct.  The board found all students (A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H, I, J , K, L, M, N, O, P, Q, R, S, and T) responsible. The board assessed points and placed the students on deferred suspension. The board considered further allegations that students Q, R, S, and T had violated Regulation 5. The four students, Q, R, S, and T, were found responsible for the violation of Regulation 5 (False Information) and additional points were assessed.

In a Joint Student/Administrative Hearing, the board considered an allegation that Student A, Student B, Student C and Student D violated Regulation 15- COVID agreement of the Code of Non-Academic Conduct. The board found Student A responsible for Regulation 15;The board found Student B responsible for Regulation 15;The board found Student C responsible for Regulation 15; The board found Student D responsible for Regulation 15. For Students A and B points were assessed, For Students C and D, this is a repeat violation of Regulation 15- COVID agreement; as such, both were assessed points and placed on a deferred suspension. 

In a joint student administrative hearing, the board considered an allegation that Students A, B, and C violated Regulation 15-covid agreement of the Code of Non-academic Conduct.  The board found students A, B, and C responsible and all three were assessed points and a disciplinary warning and one probation due to accumulated points.   

In a Community Standards Board Hearing, the board considered allegations that a student had violated Regulation 15-covid agreement of the Code of Non-academic Conduct. The board found the student responsible. The student received points and a disciplinary warning.

In a joint student/administrative hearing, the board considered allegations that Student A, B, and C violated regulation 15-covid agreement of the Code of Non-Academic Conduct. The board found Student A responsible, Students B and C were found not responsible since they were not actively engaged in the gathering occurring in the house. Student A received points and probationary status. Students B and C were found not responsible by the board and were not given any sanctions.