- When the Vice Provost for Student Affairs and Dean of Students or their designee have reasonable cause to believe that a student's presence poses a continuing danger to person or property, or ongoing threat of disrupting the academic process, the student may be immediately trespassed from the Indiana University Bloomington campus, and suspended from university-related classes, services, activities, or registered student organization activities. Notice of this measure will be provided to the student in writing as soon as practicable. The interim suspension will remain in effect until the conclusion of the disciplinary process or upon modification by the designated reviewer.
- Upon the issuance of a notice of interim suspension, the Vice Provost for Student Affairs and Dean of Students or their designee will initiate the disciplinary procedures, as outlined in the Code of Student Rights, Responsibilities, and Conduct, without undue delay.
- The student may, within five (5) business days of the imposition of the interim suspension, petition the Vice Provost for Student Affairs and Dean of Students or their designee to have the interim suspension modified or removed. This petition does not replace the disciplinary process. The petition must be made in writing by the student and include why the interim suspension should be modified or removed, and must demonstrate that the student does not pose a continuing danger to person or property, or ongoing threat of disrupting the academic process. The designated reviewer will render a decision without undue delay.
- These Interim Suspension procedures will be applied in accordance with the applicable Title IX policy.