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Specific Details of Disruptive Behavior

 

Disruptive behavior is student behavior that interferes with or interrupts the educational process of other students or the normal business functions of the University. Specific examples of disruptive behavior include:
  •  Monopolizing discussion or taking over the lecture
  •  Side conversations
  •  Making hostile remarks to instructor or fellow student
  •  Arriving late/leaving early
  •   Distracting behavior such as sleeping, cell phone use, eating in class (What is inappropriate may depend upon the instructor’s rules and expectations.)
  •  Persistent and/or disturbing phone calls or emails that hamper your ability to continue your normal work
  •     Otherwise interrupting the educational process
 
Disruptive behavior is student behavior that interferes with or interrupts the educational process of other students or the normal business functions of the University. Specific examples of disruptive behavior include:
  •  Monopolizing discussion or taking over the lecture
  •  Side conversations
  •  Making hostile remarks to instructor or fellow student
  •  Arriving late/leaving early
  •   Distracting behavior such as sleeping, cell phone use, eating in class (What is inappropriate may depend upon the instructor’s rules and expectations.)
  •  Persistent and/or disturbing phone calls or emails that hamper your ability to continue your normal work
  •     Otherwise interrupting the educational process