Classroom Behavior

The virtual and in-person classroom is a shared learning environment and students in the classroom are required to conduct themselves in a professional manner. Any activities that distract from the learning environment, including but not limited to playing computer games, updating social media, or talking may be considered disruptive activity.

A faculty member, instructor, or proctor may dismiss any student from class who is considered to be disruptive. Any student dismissed from class for disruptive or unprofessional behavior will be reported to the Associate/Assistant Dean of Student Affairs (or the appropriate Program Director in the event the behavior relates to an MSBS or PA student) for appropriate disciplinary action and may be required to appear before the Honor Code Committee or the Student Performance Committee.