Actions Against Property
Conduct which results in damage to property of another individual or of the College, or conduct which improperly converts another’s property to personal use may constitute an “action against proper-ty.”
Examples of actions against property include:
To steal or knowingly possess stolen property or any item reasonably thought to be lost and not abandoned.
• Damaging the property of another person or of the College
Students may be subject to disciplinary action for damage to College property, including their own rooms, in addition to any money damages assessed by the College to repair such damage.
• Illegally entering College facilities
Unauthorized possession, use, or duplication of College keys or cards, passwords, or other means of access.