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Disciplinary Action Statement

Students who fail to comply with federal, state, and local laws governing the use of alcohol, illicit drugs, and other grounds upon which student discipline can be based, will be subject to sanctions ranging from disciplinary probation up to and including expulsion from the California State University. California State University Executive Order 1098 entitled Student Conduct Procedures governs the procedures that the University follows in student discipline cases.

Any permanent or probationary employee of the California State University may be dismissed, demoted or suspended for any one of several causes, including addiction to the use of controlled substances, conviction of a felony or conviction of any misdemeanor involving moral turpitude or drunkenness on duty (Educ. Code 89535). Employees challenging the imposition of such sanctions may appeal to the State Personnel Board and receive a hearing before an impartial body. Faculty employees have alternative appeal processes outlined in their collective bargaining agreement.