Policy on Community Relations and Student Conduct
Guidelines for off-campus conduct have been established in order to uphold standards of behavior that should be demonstrated by Holy Names University students regardless of whether they are on or off campus. The university encourages its students to behave as exemplary citizens at all times and to demonstrate respect and concern for all members of our global community.
- Be respectful to local community residents. Prohibited behavior includes but is not limited to: littering, loitering, destruction/trespassing of private property, public urinating, public nudity, using rude or abusive language, or illegal parking.
- Stereos, car stereos or other electronic equipment at reasonable sound levels, especially late at night or early in the morning.
- All activities sponsored, sanctioned or organized by registered student organizations, athletic teams or other groups must take place on-campus or in an off-campus facility specifically designed to host such events, i.e., community halls, auditoriums and restaurants.
- In all cases involving student misconduct off-campus, the university reserves the right to exercise judicial action. Students or organizations found responsible for violating these regulations will be subject to the same sanctions imposed for on-campus violations.