5.2.4 Deferred Probation

Deferred Probation shall be assigned when a written warning is insufficient to promote personal growth and positive behavior change in the student. Deferred probation includes active discretionary sanctions with which the student must comply to enhance the educational impact of the process on the student, in addition to written notice for the Code violation. The written notice indicates that a student’s behavior is in violation of the Code and that further violation of the Code may result in more severe conduct sanctions. Students remain in good standing with the University upon receiving deferred probation.