NSU Residential Living Guide 2020-2021

NOVA SOUTHEASTERN UNIVERSITY 37 attention of the Office of Residential Life and Housing and/or the Office of the Vice President of Student Affairs. The student will be sent a letter notifying him/her to schedule an administrative judicial meeting within a specific time frame. Meeting(s) are held with the appropriate University official and will result in University action. The sanctions may be applied individually or in combination as appropriate to a given case. Specific information on the disciplinary process is available through the Student Conduct website, nova.edu/studentconduct . Disciplinary Meetings Depending on the nature of the incident, the disciplinary meeting may be scheduled with any of the following individuals: Assistant Area Coordinator, Area Coordinator, Assistant or Associate Director of Residential Life, Director of Residential Life and Housing, or a member of the Dean of Student Affairs Staff. Failure to schedule a meeting within the designated time frame or failure to attend a scheduled meeting time may result in the meeting being held in the student’s absence, and if necessary, a sanction(s) being issued. Failure to schedule a meeting or make a scheduled meeting time may also result in student account hold. Legal counsel, parents, or guardians are not permitted in the disciplinary meeting. All students and guests residing in Nova Southeastern University residence halls are expected to abide by all policies and regulations outlined in the NSU student handbook and the Residential Living Guide Addendum. Residents are also responsible to be aware of any changes made to policy throughout the year. Notifications of changes to the NSU Student Handbook or the Residential Living Guide Addendum will be communicated through the on-campus mail or e-mail system and the most updated copy of these documents can be found on the NSU website. Nova Southeastern University reserves the right to amend, modify, add to, or delete its rules, policies, and procedures without notice, affecting its institutional relationship with students as deemed necessary by the administration. Any such amendment, modification, addition, or deletion shall not be considered a violation of the relationship between the university and the student. Such right includes modification to academic requirements, curriculum, tuition, and/or fees when in the judgment of the administration such changes are required in the exercise of its educational responsibility. General Procedures Violations of the Residential Living Guide or University policies, as outlined in the NSU Student Handbook, are called to the Student Disciplinary Process