Off-Campus Conduct Policy
While the University has a primary duty to supervise behavior on its premises, there are many circumstances where the off-campus behavior of students affects University and community interests and warrants disciplinary action.
Limestone University expects students to conduct themselves in accordance with the law. Student behavior off the premises of the campus that violates any local, state or federal law, or that yields a complaint from others alleging law violations or student misconduct will be reviewed by the University. Upon receipt of a complaint alleging off-campus student misconduct, the Provost, Associate Provost, or the Director of Community Values reserves the right to impose a penalty that is effective immediately with the right of appeal suspended until the threat of danger has been eliminated. The Director of Community Values will review the allegation and pursue an appropriate course of action. Any off-campus student behavior that violates the University Code of Conduct will be subject to disciplinary action following standard University procedures.