In addition to the Standards and Expectations required of all students attending SUNY Broome, residents of the Student Village have additional expectations that they must follow to best ensure the safety and success of all students in residence. Those expectations are shared by the staff in residence, and are also located in the Residence Life Handbook.
Should a student be reported to have violated the Code of Conduct, that incident will be investigated and adjudicated as described in the Conduct Process.
In addition to any consequences faced due to the exhibited behavior, if a student is found responsible for violating the Code of Conduct they may find themselves being removed and/or banned from the Student Village.
Appealing a Removal/Ban From the Student Village
If you are a current resident and, due to a violation of the Code of Conduct, you are removed from housing you may appeal using the Student Conduct Appeals Process.
To best ensure the safety of the students residing in the Student Village, the Housing staff might determine that an individual has caused disruption and/or harm to the community and ban that individual from visiting the Student Village. Restrictions from visiting the Student Village by non-residents are determinations made by the Housing staff and are independent of the traditional conduct process.
Should this take place, students can appeal this decision in writing by emailing their appeal to the Executive Director of Housing, Dr. Amy Zieziula, at firstname.lastname@example.org. Students must appeal their removal and/or ban from the Student Village within two business days of being notified of their removal and/or ban. If denied, students may appeal to have their privileges reinstated after one year, and may re-appeal once a year thereafter.
Questions about either process can be directed to the Executive Director of Housing, Dr. Amy Zieziula, at email@example.com.