Notification begins with:
A. The first time a student is charged with violating the University policy under one of following circumstances:
B. The first time a student is charged with violating the University policy regarding the attempt to obtain or the use, possession, sale, or distribution of any narcotic or other controlled substance not lawfully prescribed by a health care provider.
C. The second time a student is charged with violating the University policy regarding:
Normally, a parent or guardian will be notified by phone or in writing by the associate dean of students before the disciplinary hearing. Before notifying the parents or guardians, every effort will be made to inform the student and attempt to have the student make the first contact. This is consistent with the general philosophy that supports students developing independence and personal accountability. However, in some situations consultation with the student or first contact by the student may not be possible or appropriate and in such cases the University is not required to alert the student when it has notified his/her parent or legal guardian. In other situations, after consulting with the student, the associate dean of students may determine that notifying the parents/guardians may be harmful to the student and in such cases the University is not obligated to make notification.
This policy does not preclude the University's contacting parents or guardians for other policy violations that may endanger the health and well being of a student or other individuals in the community.