Universities are unique communities committed to creating and transmitting knowledge. They depend on freedom - individuals' freedom to explore ideas and to explore and further their own capabilities. Those freedoms depend on the good will and responsible behavior of all the members of the community, who must treat each other with tolerance and respect. They must allow each other to develop the full range of their capabilities and take full advantage of the institution's resources.
In this Code of Student Conduct, Fayetteville State University sets out the kind of behavior that disrupts and inhibits the normal functioning of the University, and what actions it will take to protect the community from such disruption.