Index

A

  • abandoned goods, 2.2.1
  • absence, leave of, 1.4.1
  • Academics Committee, undergraduate, 2.1.2
  • academic infractions, seriousness of, 2.4.8; penalties, 2.4.8
  • academic integrity, 1.1.2
  • academic regulations, 2.4
  • academic violations (under the jurisdiction of the Faculty-Student Committee on Discipline), 2.4.7
  • acceptable behavior for member initiations, 2.2.7
  • access to space, resources, and activities, 1.1.7
  • acknowledgment of sources in academic work, 2.4.6
  • acquittal, Honor Committee, 2.3.3
  • alcoholic beverages, 1.6.2
  • alcohol policy, undergraduate, 2.2.9; when undergraduate students are in violation of, 2.2.9; graduate student, 2.6.4
  • alcohol policy violations, 2.2.9
  • animals in housing, 2.2.1
  • anonymity in reporting sex discrimination and sexual misconduct, 1.3.5, 1.3.6, 1.3.8
  • appeal, Title IX complaints, 1.3.12, 1.3.13; procedure in cases previously heard by another authority, 1.9.4; order of proceedings in cases, 1.9.6, 1.9.7; judicial committee, 1.9.11; from decisions of faculty committees, student, 2.1.1, 2.5.2; Honor Committee, 2.3.3; Residential College Disciplinary Committee (RCDB), 2.5.3; Graduate School, academic and nonacademic matters, 2.6.7
  • assault, sexual, 1.3
  • assistance, legal, 1.4.3, 2.2.13
  • associations on campus, 2.1.3
  • attendance at faculty meetings by observers, 2.1.1

B

  • behavior, acceptable for member initiations, 2.2.7
  • bias, 1.2.1
  • bibliography, footnotes and, 2.4.6
  • building regulations, 2.2.2

C

  • campus associations and activities, 2.1.3
  • Campus and Community Affairs Committee, undergraduate, 2.1.2
  • campus service, 1.1.7, 1.3.16
  • candle policy, 2.2.1
  • censure, 1.1.7, 1.3.16
  • chalking, 1.4.7
  • character and witness statement, Faculty-Student Committee on Discipline, 2.5.2
  • charitable, political, religious, or other solicitation or distribution, 3.2.2
  • circumstances affecting health or safety, 1.1.8
  • citation, false, 2.4.7
  • class officers, 2.1.2
  • Clery Act, 1.3.5
  • clubs, Prospect Avenue, conduct at, 2.2.11
  • collaboration, 2.4.9
  • College Heads, Council of, 2.1.1
  • commercial sales, 3.2.1
  • committees of the CPUC, 1.8.3
  • Committee on Discipline, the Faculty-Student (undergraduate), 2.5.2
  • Committee on Governance, 1.8.3
  • Committee on Priorities, 1.8.3
  • Committee on Resources, 1.8.3
  • Committee on Rights and Rules, 1.8.3
  • committees of the USG Senate, 2.1.2
  • community and diversity, statement on, 1.1.4
  • community, use of University resources: introduction, 3.1.1; administration, 3.1.2; types of facility use, by explicit invitation, by implicit invitation, by participation in University-sponsored or sanctioned programs, by renting University facilities in periods of low usage, by private invitation, 3.1.3
  • complainant, 1.3.3
  • complaints and grievances, resolution of, 1.3, 1.7; filing of, regarding sex discrimination or sexual misconduct, 1.3.7; Title IX, 1.3.7, 1.3.8; graduate student, 2.6.7
  • computer and network use, 1.4.9
  • computer programs, laboratory work, problem sets, and homework, 2.4.6
  • conduct: general University principals of, 1.1; on-campus, 1.4.1; off-campus, 1.4.2; library, 1.4.8; Prospect Avenue clubs, 2.2.11
  • conduct of hearings of Faculty-Student Committee on Discipline, 2.5.2
  • confidentiality of records, 1.1.6; of Honor Committee hearings, 2.3.3
  • confidential resources, 1.3.5, 1.3.6
  • confidential rights of complainants and respondents, 1.3.5
  • consensual relations with students policy, 1.3.4
  • consent, 1.3.3
  • coordination between faculty and undergraduates on matters affecting student life, 2.1.1
  • copyright policy, 1.4.9, 1.4.10
  • constitution of the honor system (undergraduate), 2.3.4
  • Council of College Heads, 2.1.1
  • course-related material, transcription or publication of, 2.4.4
  • courts, University discipline and, 1.4.4
  • CPUC, the Council of the Princeton University Community: powers, membership, committees, 1.8
  • CPUC, judicial committee, 1.9
  • criminal complaint for sex discrimination and sexual misconduct, 1.3.11
  • curriculum, undergraduate, faculty reconsideration of proposals, 2.1.1

D

  • data, false, 2.4.7
  • defense of Honor Code violations, 2.3.3
  • demonstrations, 1.2.3, 3.2.3
  • departmental committees: graduate student, 2.1.1, undergraduate, 2.1.1
  • Department of Public Safety (DPS), 1.4.5
  • dining regulations, 2.2.3; Graduate School, 2.6.5
  • disabilities, students with, 2.1.5
  • Disciplinary Committee on Sexual Misconduct, 1.3
  • disciplinary probation, 1.1.7, 1.3.16
  • Discipline, the Faculty-Student Committee on (undergraduate), 2.5.2
  • discipline, University courts, 1.4.4
  • disciplinary procedures, Graduate School judicial system, 2.6.7
  • discrimination, 1.2.2; scope of, 1.3.2
  • discrimination, gender, 1.3
  • discrimination, sex and sexual misconduct, 1.3, 1.3.3
  • disorderly conduct, 2.2.5
  • distribution by off-campus individuals or organizations, regulations governing solicitation and, 3.2.2
  • distribution of written materials by members of the University community, 1.2.4
  • diversity and community, statement on, 1.1.4
  • domestic violence in context of intimate relationships, 1.3.3
  • dormitory regulations, 2.2.1; Graduate School, 2.6.3
  • dormitory rooms, search of, 2.2.1
  • drinking games, 2.2.9
  • drugs, 1.6.1; University policy concerning use of illegal drugs, 1.6.1, 2.2.10

E

  • eating clubs, conduct at, 2.2.11
  • e-cigarettes, 1.6.3
  • educational refresher programs, 1.1.7, 1.3.16
  • electronic and other sources, 2.4.6
  • emergency entries, 1.4.5
  • emergency resources and law enforcement when reporting sex discrimination and sexual misconduct, 1.3.6
  • equal opportunity policy, eop
  • EthicsPoint Anonymous Hotline, 1.3.6
  • ethnic bias, respect for others, 1.2.1; discrimination, 1.2.2
  • evidence, 1.9.9
  • Executive Committee of the CPUC, 1.8.3
  • expulsion, 1.1.7, 1.3.16
  • exterior elevated surfaces of campus buildings and other restricted areas, use of, 2.2.2

F

  • facility use, administration, 3.1.2; rental of, 3.1.3; types of, 3.1.3
  • faculty meetings, attendance at, 2.1.1
  • faculty procedures of concern to students, 2.1.1
  • Faculty-Student Committee on Discipline, 2.3.1, 2.5.2; definition of academic violations, 2.4.7
  • false citation or false data, 2.4.7
  • Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA), 2.7
  • financial regulations, undergraduate, 2.2.14, graduate student, 2.6.6
  • fire safety policy, 2.2.1
  • firearms, possession or use, 1.2.5
  • fireworks policy, 2.2.1
  • flammable liquids policy, 2.2.1
  • footnotes and bibliography, 2.4.6
  • fraternities, 2.2.8
  • freedom of expression, 1.1.3; exceptions to 1.1.3

G

  • gender discrimination, 1.3
  • government, Undergraduate Student Government interaction with faculty committees, 2.1.1; Undergraduate Student Government, 2.1.2; Graduate Student Government, 2.6.2
  • Graduate School: jurisdiction over graduate students for violations of academic rules and regulations, 2.6.1; Graduate Student Government (GSG), 2.6.2; dormitory regulations, 2.6.3; alcohol policy, 2.6.4; dining regulations, 2.6.5; financial regulations, 2.6.6; judicial system, disciplinary procedures, penalties, appeal on academic matters, appeal on nonacademic matters, graduate student grievances, 2.6.7
  • graduate student departmental committees, 2.6.2
  • Graduate Student Government (GSG), 2.6.2
  • grievances, resolution of, and complaints, 1.3, 1.7; procedures related to Faculty-Student Committee on Discipline, 2.5.6; graduate student, 2.6.7
  • guidelines, for use of information technology, 1.4.9; relating to the tax-exempt status of the University, political activities, 1.5
  • guilty verdict, Honor Committee, 2.3.3

H

  • harassment, examples of, 1.2.2; retaliation for, 1.2.2; policy on, 1.2.2; sexual, 1.3; complaints against members of the University community 1.7
  • hazing, prohibition on, 2.2.7
  • health and safety policies, 1.6; health regulations, 2.2.4
  • health or safety, circumstances affecting, 1.1.8
  • hearings, Judicial Committee, 1.9.3; Faculty-Student Committee on Discipline, 2.5.2
  • homework, laboratory work, problem sets, computer programs, and, 2.4.6
  • honesty and cooperation in University matters, 1.1.5
  • Honor Code, 2.3; constitution, 2.3.3
  • Honor Committee, Undergraduate, 2.3
  • honor system, undergraduate: jurisdiction over undergraduates for violations of academic rules and regulations, 2.3.1; introduction, 2.3.2; procedure, 2.3.3; constitution, 2.3.4

I

  • ideas and facts in student work, 2.4.6
  • identification cards, TigerCards, 1.2.7
  • illegal drugs, 1.6.1; policy, 2.2.10
  • incapacitation, 1.3.3
  • incense policy, 2.2.1
  • inspections, 1.4.5
  • interim measures following sex discrimination and sexual misconduct complaint, 1.3.9
  • intimate relationship, 1.3.3
  • intimate relationship violence, 1.3.3
  • intoxication, alcohol policy, 2.2.9
  • investigations and disciplinary procedures, sex discrimination and sexual misconduct, 1.3.10
  • investigative panel, Title IX, 1.3.12, 1.3.13

J

  • Judicial Committee of the Council of the Princeton University Community, 1.8.3, 1.9; powers and membership, 1.9.1; general procedures, 1.9.2; procedure in cases not previously heard by another authority, 1.9.3; procedure in appeals of cases previously heard by another authority, 1.9.4; responsibilities of the chair, 1.9.5; order of proceedings in cases of the first instance, 1.9.6; order of proceedings in appeals cases, 1.9.7; procedural requests, 1.9.8; evidence, 1.9.9; reports 1.9.10; appeals from decisions of the Judicial Committee, 1.9.11
  • judicial system, Graduate School, 2.6.7
  • jurisdiction: over undergraduates for violations of academic rules and regulations, 2.4.2; over graduate students for violations of academic rules and regulations, 2.6.1

L

  • laboratory work, problem sets, computer programs, and homework, 2.4.6
  • law, on-campus misconduct, 1.4.1; violations of local, state, or federal, 1.4.3; enforcement, 1.4.5; concerning illegal drugs, state, 1.6.1; student privacy rights under federal, 2.7
  • leave of absence, 1.4.1
  • legal assistance, 1.4.3, 2.2.13
  • library use, conduct, 1.4.8
  • lofts, 2.2.1
  • Long-term notice, Persona Non-Grata (PNG), 3.3.3

M

  • membership, Council of the Princeton University Community, 1.8.2; Faculty-Student Committee on Discipline, 2.5.2
  • misconduct, sexual misconduct, 1.3; on-campus, 1.4.1; off-campus, 1.4.2; at eating clubs, 2.2.11
  • misled, Faculty-Student Committee on Discipline, 2.5.2
  • monies, use of University (including student fees), 2.2.15
  • motor vehicle regulations, 2.2.12
  • multiple submission, unauthorized, 2.4.6

N

  • name, marks, and seal of the University, 1.4.11
  • network and computer use, 1.4.9
  • New Jersey law, hazing, 2.2.7
  • no contact order, 1.3.9
  • noise regulations, 2.2.1
  • nonacademic matters involving sexual misconduct, 1.3; involving matters other than sexual misconduct, 1.7.5, 1.7.7; involving undergraduate student organizations, 1.7.6
  • non-consensual sexual contact and penetration, 1.3
  • nondiscrimination statement, ii
  • notices, posting of, 2.2.1
  • Nude Olympics, University ban on the, 2.2.6

O

  • off-campus misconduct, 1.4.2
  • on-campus misconduct, 1.4.1
  • offenses, serious, 1.2.5; extremely serious, 1.2.5
  • officers, class, 2.1.2
  • oral reports, source acknowledgment, 2.4.6
  • original source, plagiarism, 2.4.9
  • original work, student acknowledgment, 2.4.3
  • organizations, nonacademic matters involving undergraduate student, 1.7.6

P

  • paraphrasing, 2.4.6, 2.4.9
  • parking policy, undergraduate student, 2.2.12
  • parking services, 2.2.12
  • patent and copyright policy, 1.4.10
  • peaceful dissent, protests, and demonstrations, 1.2.3, 3.2.3
  • peer representative, in hearing before Honor Committee, 2.3.3
  • penalties, range of, 1.1.7, 1.3.16, 2.5.5; graduate students, 2.6.7
  • Persona Non Grata (PNG) notice, 3.3
  • personal safety, 1.2.5
  • persons on leave of absence who are not members of the University, 1.4
  • pets, dormitory regulations, 2.2.1
  • plagiarism, definition, 2.4.7, examples, 2.4.9
  • policy on equal opportunity, eop; security, 1.4.6; copyright and patent, 1.4.10; health and safety, 1.6; illegal drugs, 1.6.1; candle/flammable liquid/incense/fireworks, 2.2.1; fire safety, 2.2.1; alcohol, 2.2.9
  • political activities, guidelines, 1.5
  • political, religious, charitable, or other solicitation or distribution, 3.2.2
  • posting of notices (including written materials), 1.2.4, 2.2.1
  • postponement of hearing, Faculty-Student Committee on Discipline, 2.5.2
  • press and media, 1.2.3
  • prior restraint, 1.4.6
  • privacy, under sex discrimination and sexual misconduct, 1.3.5
  • privacy and right of re-entry, 2.2.1
  • privacy rights under federal law for students, 2.7
  • probation, disciplinary, 1.1.7, 1.3.16
  • problem sets, laboratory work, computer programs, and homework, 2.4.6
  • prohibition on hazing, 2.2.7
  • Projects Board, USG Senate Committee, 2.1.2
  • property rights, 1.4
  • property, use of University, 1.4.7; library, 1.4.8; computer and network, 1.4.9
  • Prospect Avenue clubs, conduct at, 2.2.11
  • protected characteristic, 1.2.2
  • protection from retaliation, 1.7.3
  • protests and demonstrations, 1.2.3; regulations, 3.2
  • publications, student, 2.1.4; of course-related material, 2.4.4

Q

R

  • racial or ethnic bias and harassment, 1.2.1, 1.2.2
  • range of penalties, 1.1.7
  • rape, 1.3
  • records, confidentiality of, 1.1.6; of proceedings of Faculty-Student Committee on Discipline, 2.5.4
  • reference, standard forms of, in academic work, 2.4.6
  • referenda, Undergraduate Student Government (USG), 2.1.2
  • re-grading, 2.4.7
  • regulations: University-wide, 1.2; security and prior restraint, 1.4.6; student life, 2.2; dormitory, undergraduate, 2.2.1, graduate, 2.6.3; dining, 2.2.3, 2.6.5; health, 2.2.4; motor vehicle, 2.2.12; financial, undergraduate, 2.2.14, graduate, 2.6.6; academic, 2.4; solicitation and distribution by off-campus individuals or organizations, 3.2
  • relationships, intimate, 1.3.3; with individuals in authority, 1.3.4; teacher-student, 1.3.4
  • release of information under sex discrimination and sexual misconduct, 1.3.5
  • religious, charitable, political, or other solicitation or distribution, 3.2.2
  • rental of University facilities, 3.1.3
  • reports, oral, 2.4.6
  • Research Board, the University, 1.4.10
  • Residential College Disciplinary Board (RCDB), RCDB appeals, 2.5.3
  • Residential Living Policies Guide, 2.2.1, 2.6.3
  • residential living policies for graduate students, 2.6.3
  • resolution of complaints and grievances, 1.3, 1.7, 2.6.7
  • respect for others, 1.2.1
  • respondent, 1.3.3
  • responsibilities and rights of students, 2.1
  • responsibility to report sex discrimination and sexual misconduct, 1.3.5
  • restricted areas, use of, 2.2.2
  • retaliation, protection from, 1.3.3, 1.7.3
  • right of re-entry and privacy, housing, 2.2.1
  • rights of privacy under federal law, student, 2.7
  • rights and responsibilities of students, 2.1

S

  • safety, circumstances affecting, 1.1.8; personal, 1.2.5; regulations, 2.2.2
  • search, of persons, 1.4.6; of dormitory rooms, 2.2.1
  • security, Department of Public Safety (DPS), 1.4.5; University safety and law enforcement, 1.4.5; measures, 1.4.6; policy for persons who are not members of the University, 3.3
  • senate, Undergraduate Student Government (USG), 2.1.2
  • sexual assault and exploitation, 1.3
  • sex discrimination and sexual misconduct, 1.3, 1.3.3
  • sexual harassment, 1.3; scope of, 1.3.2
  • sexual misconduct, complaints of, 1.3, 1.3.3
  • SHARE, Sexual Harassment and Assault Advising Resources and Education Office, 1.3
  • short-term notice, Persona Non Grata (PNG), 3.3.2
  • smoking, 1.6.3, 2.2.1
  • Social Committee, undergraduate, 2.1.2
  • solicitation, regulations governing, 3.2.2
  • sorority, 2.2.8
  • sources, quotations, paraphrasing, ideas and facts, footnotes and bibliography, electronic and other, laboratory work, problem sets, computer programs and homework, multiple submission, oral reports, acknowledgment in academic work, 2.4.6
  • sponsors, outside relations (see patent and copyright policies), 1.4.10
  • stalking, 1.3.3
  • standard forms of reference, in academic work, 2.4.6
  • state laws on illegal drugs, 1.6.1
  • statement on diversity and community, 1.1.4
  • statement on freedom of expression, 1.1.3
  • storage, 2.2.1
  • student acknowledgment of original work, 2.4.6
  • student appeal from decisions of faculty committees, 2.1.1
  • student government committees, and interaction with faculty committees, 2.1.1
  • student government, graduate, 2.6.2
  • student government, undergraduate, 2.1.2
  • Student Groups Committee, 2.1.2
  • student life: coordination between faculty and undergraduates on matters affecting, 2.1.1; regulations concerning specific aspects of, 2.2
  • student organizations, nonacademic matters involving undergraduates, 1.7.6
  • student privacy rights under federal law, 2.7
  • student publications, 2.1.4
  • Student Senate, 2.1.2
  • submission, multiple, in academic work, 2.4.6
  • support resources, sex discrimination and sexual misconduct, 1.3.6
  • suspension, 1.1.7, 1.3.16
  • suspension with conditions, 1.1.7, 1.3.16

T

  • tax-exempt status of the University, guidelines relating to, 1.5.2
  • Technology Transfer Program, 1.4.10
  • third party, 1.3.3
  • TigerCards, 1.2.7
  • Title IX, 1.3; coordinator, 1.3.1; scope of, 1.3.2; prohibited conduct, 1.3.3; filing a complaint under, 1.3.8
  • transcription or publication of course-related materials, 2.4.4
  • transportation and parking services, 2.2.12
  • tutoring, 2.4.5

U

  • U-Councilors, 2.1.2
  • Undergraduate Announcement, 2.4.1
  • undergraduate departmental committees, 2.1.1
  • Undergraduate Honor Committee, 2.3
  • undergraduate honor system, 2.3
  • Undergraduate Student Government (USG Senate), 2.1.2
  • unfair advantage, 2.4.7
  • unfairness in proceedings, appeals regarding, 1.3.12, 1.3.13, 1.9.4
  • University, the law, and property rights, 1.4
  • University community, distribution of written materials by members of, 1.2.4
  • University discipline and the courts, 1.4.4
  • University Health Services, 2.2.4
  • University housing, 1.1.7
  • University monies (including student fees), use of, 2.2.15
  • University name, marks, and seal, use of, 1.4.11
  • University policy concerning the use of illegal drugs, 1.6.1
  • University principles of general conduct and regulations, 1.1
  • University property, use of, 1.4.7; library use, 1.4.8; computer and network use, 1.4.9
  • University Research Board, 1.4.10
  • University resources, use by community, 3.1
  • University safety, security, and law enforcement, 1.4.5
  • University Student Life Committee, 1.7.6, 2.1.1
  • University-wide conduct regulations, 1.2

V

  • vehicle regulations, 2.2.12
  • violations, of honesty in University matters, 1.1.5; of peaceful dissent, protests and demonstrations policy, 1.2.3; of local, state, or federal law, 1.4.3; of the alcohol policy, 2.2.9; of the honor system, 2.3.1; of academic rules and regulations, jurisdiction, undergraduate, 2.4.2; of academic rules under the Faculty-Student Committee on Discipline, 2.4.8; of academic rules and regulations, jurisdiction, graduate, 2.6.1
  • Violence Against Women Act (VAWA), 1.3.1

W

  • warning, 1.1.7, 1.3.16
  • withholding of degree, 1.1.7, 1.3.16
  • written materials, distribution by members of the University community, 1.2.4