Violating An Emergency Action
Violations of the emergency actions will result in a minimum of an immediate one-year
suspension as well as any other disciplinary action.
Possible Emergency Actions
If you are suspended under an emergency action, you must leave campus or any other university property immediately. You will not be able to return during the suspension period and you will need to comply with other stated conditions for that period.
Violating Your Emergency Suspension
If you return to campus or any university property, or violate other conditions during your suspension, you may be treated as a trespasser.
There will be limits on what you can do on-campus and which events you can attend, but you will still be enrolled at the university. You may be prohibited from certain places on campus, or have to fulfill certain conditions before you can regain privileges for activities, events or building access.
If you are preventing the university from providing a safe and comfortable living environment for all residents, you may be relocated or removed from housing altogether.
Usually done immediately, and to our first available vacancy.
You will have two to three days to vacate your residence. If you are removed from university housing, you will not be able to live in any university building for the rest of your time at USC.
Your organization may be suspended or restricted for an interim period of time pending the outcome of conduct proceedings. During suspension the organization may be required to cease all organizational activities and vacate any assigned university space immediately.