Nova Southeastern University Student Handbook 35 B.40 Unauthorized Entry Entering, attempts to enter, or remaining in any room, building, motor vehicle, trailer, or machinery, or other university property without proper authorization is prohibited. This includes attempting to stay past operating hours in any university facility. B.41 Unauthorized Possession of University Property Students in possession of property owned or controlled by Nova Southeastern University without authorization for such property will be subject to university disciplinary action and/or restitution. In addition, students may be referred to legal authorities for prosecution. B.42 Video and/or Audio Copyright Violation Federal copyright law restricts the use and/or distribution of copyrighted video and audio recordings with appropriate licenses or permission. Any use or distribution of audio or video recordings without appropriate approvals is prohibited. B.43 Violation of Disciplinary Status/Conditions Violating university policies or procedures while currently on disciplinary status (including probation or suspension) for a previous violation is prohibited. This may serve as grounds for a university judicial hearing. B.44 Worthless Checks Students who make and/or deliver checks to Nova Southeastern University or any of its affiliates that are not honored by a bank for proper cause shall be subject to a charge for administrative costs, restitution, and disciplinary action. C. University Sexual Misconduct Policy/Title IX The Nova Southeastern University Sexual Misconduct Policy is available online. While specific violations are included in the material that follows, complete definitions of each term are available on the university website. Please refer to the information online for complete and updated definitions of the terms/violations listed. C.1 Dating Violence is violence, including sexual or physical violence or the threat of such violence, committed by a person who is, or has been, in a social relationship of a romantic or intimate nature with the victim. C.2 Gender-Based Harassment is unwelcome conduct of a nonsexual nature based on a person’s actual or perceived gender, gender identity, gender express, nonconformity with gender stereotypes, or sexual orientation. C.3 Hostile Environment is the effect of sexual or gender-based harassment that is sufficiently serious to deny or limit a person’s ability to participate in or benefit from a university program or activity.