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Protection of University Functions and Services General Student Regulations, 5.00

Functions, services, and processes of the University must be protected if the institution is to be effective in discharging its responsibilities; therefore, no student shall:

               
5.01 provide false information for the purpose of gaining benefit for oneself or others to any office, agency, or individual acting on behalf of the University.
5.02 interfere with the functions and services of the University (for example, including, but not limited to, classes, social, cultural, and athletic events, computing services, registration, housing and food services, governance meetings and judicial hearings) such that the function or service is obstructed or disrupted.
5.03 alter or forge any University document and/or record, including identification materials, issued or used by the University.
5.04 allow any University document and/or record, including identification materials, issued by the University for one's own use to be used by another.
5.05 use any University document and/or record for other than its authorized purpose, including identification materials issued to another.
5.06 act as an agent of the University unless authorized to do so.
5.07 fail to present correct identification issued by the University for the student's use when requested to do so by an authorized University agent acting in the performance of designated job responsibilities or who has reason to believe that the student may be involved in the violation of a regulation.
5.08 without proper authorization, sell or make contracts for purchase or delivery of any commercial merchandise or services for personal profit or gain, or solicit voluntary contributions for organizations.