Policy and Procedure
STUDENT AFFAIRS OP 91.102: Disciplinarily Suspended Students
Date: June 7, 1993 (Revised 04/03/06)
To clearly state the activities in which a student suspended disciplinarily from Mississippi State University may or may not participate.
A student disciplinarily suspended from Mississippi State University forfeits all rights and privileges afforded a student at this institution. This means that a disciplinarily suspended student is restricted from involvement in any academic or extracurricular activity at Mississippi State University.
Earn academic credit at Mississippi State University, or elsewhere to be transferred to Mississippi State University, during the term of suspension. A suspended student will be dropped from current rolls, including correspondence courses, and may not audit classes;
Be involved or participate in campus organizations;
Live in a residence hall, a university-owned apartment, or fraternity or sorority house;
Participate in recreational sports or be involved in any recreational activity;
Use university recreational facilities;
Participate in intercollegiate athletics, including team practices, workouts, meetings, or public appearances; and
Be employed by the university.
Receive academic credit for special problems or correspondence courses completed during the semester of suspension, if completed prior to the date of suspension; and
Visit the campus, unless specifically precluded by sanction or otherwise.
The Vice President for Student Affairs is responsible for the review of this operating policy every five years or as needed.
For information about this policy, contact the responsible/reviewing department hyperlinked above.