Summary Resolutions

Summary resolution involves administrative action taken when exigent circumstanced require immediate action to protect the safety of the University community. These actions take the place of formal resolutions through the UHAS system, are considered final, and are not subject to further review or appeal.

Relocation or Removal from Housing

The Executive Director of Residential Services, or designee, has the authority to take administrative actions regarding the housing of students who live on campus, including relocating a student to a new room or residence hall or removing a student from on­-campus housing. The Associate Vice President of student auxiliary services, or designee, has the authority to take administrative actions regarding the housing of students who live in fraternity/sorority­-affiliated on-­campus housing, including relocating a student or removing a student from fraternity/sorority-­affiliated on­-campus housing. These actions are considered final and are not subject to further review.

Summary Exclusion from the University

In rare and exigent circumstances, when a student’s actions are demonstrably extreme violations of the Student Code of Conduct and/or pose substantial threat to the University community, a summary exclusion of a student from the University may be imposed by the University President, or designee, in their discretion and shall become effective immediately. The University President or the designee issuing the summary exclusion will make a reasonable attempt to speak with the student and give the student an opportunity to respond to the concerns before issuing the summary exclusion.

Any student who receives a summary exclusion is subject to the terms of University exclusion, outlined in the sanctions section of the Student Code of Conduct. Summary exclusion is considered final and is not subject to further review or appeal.