Rule 50101: Student Conduct and Discipline
Sec. 1 Standards of Conduct.
All students are expected and required to obey federal, State, and local laws; to comply with the Regents' Rules and Regulations, with The University of Texas System and institutional rules and regulations, and with directives issued by administrative officials of the U. T. System or U. T. System institution in the course of their authorized duties; and to observe standards of conduct appropriate for an academic institution.
Sec. 2 Institutional Rules.
Each U. T. System institution shall adopt rules and regulations concerning student conduct and discipline. Such rules shall be in accordance with a model policy developed by the Office of General Counsel that complies with State and federal law, Regents’ Rules, and U. T. System policies. Institutional rules shall become effective upon review and approval by the Executive Vice Chancellor for Health Affairs or the Executive Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs, as appropriate, and by the Vice Chancellor and General Counsel. Each student is deemed to have notice of the provisions of the Regents' Rules and Regulations and institutional policies.
Sec. 3 Penalties for Nonpayment.
In the event of nonpayment to the U. T. System, one or more of the following actions may be taken: (a) a bar against readmission for the student; (b) withholding of the student's grades and official transcript; (c) withholding of a degree to which the student otherwise would be entitled.
August 24, 2017
Editorial amendments to Numbers 4 and 5 made October 22, 2013
May 3, 2012
August 14, 2008
December 10, 2004