Misconduct Procedures for Student Organizations
Activities sponsored by University-recognized student organizations must comply with the rules and regulations of the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire and with the laws of the state of Wisconsin.
CAUSE FOR DISCIPLINARY ACTION AGAINST STUDENT ORGANIZATIONS
When a sponsored activity or activities of a recognized student organization causes violations of University rules and regulations, violation of law, and/or injury to persons or property, the organization shall be subject to disciplinary action. In the event of such violation or injury, the University investigating officer shall follow the disciplinary procedures for non-academic matters in UWS Chapter 17. If, in a fair hearing, the organization's activity or activities are found to have caused such violation or injury, the organization shall be subject to reprimand, probation for up to two years, or suspension of the group's University recognition for up to two years.
If placed on probation, the organization shall be subject to automatic suspension for two full years if subsequent sponsored activity or activities are found through the above-mentioned procedures to have caused such violation or injury during the period of probation.
If suspended, the organization must reapply for recognition as a University organization. With such application, the organization must provide written assurance that the action which led to the suspension will not recur. That assurance shall include an explanation of how the organization will avoid the situation which led to the suspension. In reapplying for recognition, the organization shall follow the steps described in Starting a New Student Organization.