CHCS Student Handbook 2018-2019

Nova Southeastern University Student Handbook 29 B.11 Distributing or Posting Printed Media The posting or distribution of printed materials not previously approved by the Posting and Publicity Policies is prohibited. Additional information regarding individual buildings or academic unit policies are also included online for reference. B.12 Drugs, Drug Paraphernalia The possession (including the presence of a substance as identified below within a student’s room or contained within his or her possessions), manufacture, distribution, use, abuse, or sale of the following is prohibited. • Possession or use of marijuana • illegal drugs, including but not limited to ecstasy/MDMA, lysergic acid diethylamide (LSD), cocaine, and/or heroin • legally obtained over-the-counter medications or other substances including but not limited to salvia, spice, “bath salts,” flakka, or NBOMe • any drugs requiring evaluation and/or treatment by emergency personnel • misuse or unprescribed possession of prescription medications • drug-related paraphernalia or any item that potentially contains illegal residue • distribution or sale of illegal drugs or prescription drugs that were not prescribed to the person receiving the drugs B.13 Emergency Equipment and Procedures Unnecessarily setting off a fire alarm; tampering with fire hoses, extinguishers, exit signs, and alarm equipment; or blocking fire exits and other means of impeding traffic may result in immediate university disciplinary action and criminal prosecution. Failure to evacuate any building on campus during a fire alarm is also prohibited. B.14 Facilitating Academic Dishonesty Intentionally or knowingly helping or attempting to help another to violate any provision of this code is prohibited. B.15 False Information (Including Fabrication, Fraud, and Falsification of Records) Any act or statement (written or oral) containing false, incomplete, or misleading information intended to deceive or misrepresent any agency of the university or any person or business is prohibited. Providing false or misleading information to the university or a university official, or to a local, state, or national agency or official is a violation of the Code of Student Conduct and Academic Responsibility subjecting a student to disciplinary action up to, and including, expulsion or rescission. In addition, falsification of university records is prohibited. University records include, but are not limited to, admission, enrollment, registration, financial aid, student disciplinary, academic, health records, parking decals/hang tags, and student employment records. Inappropriate conduct and violations of this policy will