Honor Principle

Possible Sanctions

In cases where there is a finding of responsibility for violations of the Honor Principle and/or college policy, sanctions may include one or more of the following:

  • Expulsion
  • Suspension
  • Community service
  • Full exclusion from campus and all college-affiliated events
  • Limited exclusion from campus
  • Meetings with the Dean of Students (or designees)
  • Health and Counseling Center meetings
  • Alcohol and Other Drug use assessments or other therapeutic interventions
  • Consultation with other members of the community
  • Educational programs
  • Coursework at an external institution
  • Apologies
  • Behavioral expectations contract
  • Reflection essays
  • Financial restitution
  • Disciplinary probation
  • Information released outside the college
  • Loss of alumni privileges
  • Restriction and/or hold on transcripts, registration, and receipt of diploma until sanctions have been completed
  • No contact orders
  • Room inspection/search
  • Removal from Reed owned housing
  • Restrictions related to living in or accessing Reed owned housing
  • Restrictions or removal related to on campus student employment, appointed/volunteer positions, or participation in college organizations or events