Listed below are examples of interim measures that West Liberty University may enact during the student conduct process. These measures may be intended to protect specific members of the campus community, the entire campus community, the reporting party, and/or the responding party. The list is not all-inclusive and other restrictions, or more specific restrictions may be placed on any and all parties involved in the process at the recommendation of the Student Conduct Coordinator and/or his/her designee, West Liberty University Policy, or the Vice President of Student Services.
- University Suspension: University Suspension as an interim measure is a temporary separation of the student from the University during the student conduct process. The student is not permitted to attend class, reside on campus, attend campus events or activities, or be on campus without prior permission from the Student Conduct Coordinator, Campus Police or the Vice President of Student Services.
- Residential Suspension: Residential Suspension as an interim measure is a temporary separation of the student from the residential facilities during the student conduct process. The student is permitted to attend classes, campus events, or go to any other campus facilities. During the residential suspension the student is banned from entering any campus owned, leased, or managed residential facility and from loitering within 100 feet of any such facility.
- Full Restrictions: Full Restrictions as an interim measure is a temporary removal of the student from all aspects of campus life and facilities except during their classes. This measure allows the student to attend their classes, but they are not permitted to reside on campus, visit any residential facility, loiter in any campus building (such as the College Union or Elbin Library), attend campus events, or participate in any athletic team with which they may be affiliated (including practices, conditioning activities, or games).
- Residential Restrictions: Residential Restrictions as an interim measure is a temporary restriction to the student’s access to specific residential facilities. This restriction can vary depending on the circumstances of the case. The student may be limited to only be permitted in their specific residential facility or may be restricted from a specific residential facility. This interim measure may also involve a resident being required to temporarily relocate to another facility during the student conduct process.
- Specific Restrictions: Other Specific Restrictions as an interim measure is a temporary restriction that prevents the student from specific behaviors on campus or at other University-affiliated or sponsored events. The specific restrictions will depend on the nature of the student conduct matter.