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Thomas More College Rules for Collegiate Life

Thomas More College Rules for Collegiate Life

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The Thomas More College of Liberal Arts prepares the next generation of leaders to meet the challenges of our age through a rigorous education oriented towards wisdom and virtue. Thomas More College provides its students with a comprehensive education—integrative, holistic, and dynamic—that forms them intellectually and spiritually within the Western tradition and guided by the magisterial wisdom of the Catholic Church.

For four full years, Thomas More College students journey through the history of mankind, digesting the Great Books, ideas, and men who have contributed to the development of the Catholic Church, Western civilization, and America’s constitutional order.

Visit the College's website at http://www.ThomasMoreCollege.edu to learn more.
The Thomas More College of Liberal Arts prepares the next generation of leaders to meet the challenges of our age through a rigorous education oriented towards wisdom and virtue. Thomas More College provides its students with a comprehensive education—integrative, holistic, and dynamic—that forms them intellectually and spiritually within the Western tradition and guided by the magisterial wisdom of the Catholic Church.

For four full years, Thomas More College students journey through the history of mankind, digesting the Great Books, ideas, and men who have contributed to the development of the Catholic Church, Western civilization, and America’s constitutional order.

Visit the College's website at http://www.ThomasMoreCollege.edu to learn more.

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Thomas More College is a Catholic liberal arts college. As a college, it is dedicated to the pursuit andcommunication of truth for the good of all. As a liberal arts college, it is dedicated to the cultivation in itsmembers of those virtues of mind and heart that characterize free and responsible adults. As a Catholiccollege, it unites “existentially the search for truth and the certainty of already knowing the fount of truth”(
Ex Corde Ecclesiae
, §1).The motto of the College—
Caritas congaudet veritati
(
Charity rejoices in the truth
)—testifies to its end and to thespirit that should animate its members in pursuit of that end. Common life at the college is ordered topromoting the pursuit by all of truth in charity. The following rules are intended to express that spirit andto serve that purpose.
I.
 
G
OVERNANCE
 
 A. Offices
Dean of Students
The Dean of Students is appointed by the President to ensure the moral and physical health of the studentbody and to promote both sociability and studiousness. The Dean of Students appoints and oversees thestaff of the Office of Student Life and enforces the College disciplinary code.
Dean of Women
The Dean of Women is appointed by the President to assist the Dean of Students, with particular attentionto the life of women at the College.
Proctors and Resident Assistants
Proctors and Resident Assistants (RAs) are student members of the Office of Student Life, appointed by theDean of Students to maintain safety, security, and good order on campus. A Proctor or RA will be on duty at all times after regular office hours. If neither is able to be present, asubstitute will be appointed. The substitute will exercise all the powers of the Proctor until relieved of duty.Pursuant to their duties, Proctors and RA’s are authorized to enter student rooms and to confiscateprohibited items.
Honor Council
During the Academic Year 2011-12, the Office of Student Life will lead the creation of a college HonorCouncil, composed of students, for the administration of the Collegiate Honor Code, which will bepromulgated at Convocation.
 
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Students
 All students bear responsibility for the common good of the College in student life matters. Any studentmay report a violation of the rules and regulations to a Proctor or RA. If possible, the Proctor or RA willaddress the problem immediately, stating the nature of the infraction and imposing the appropriatesanction. If the infraction warrants, the Proctor or RA will report it to the Dean of Students for furtheraction. In extraordinary circumstances, any student may report an infraction directly to the Dean of  Women or the Dean of Students.
B. Sanctions and ProceduresReprimands
The student will be notified that his behavior has been unacceptable and that further misconduct will resultin additional disciplinary action. Reprimands from Proctors and RAs are oral and do not appear on thestudent’s record. A reprimand from the Dean of Students is written and is placed on the student’s record.If no further offense occurs, it is deleted at the end of the semester.
Fines
The student must pay a specific amount to the Business Office within two weeks. Failure to pay fines in atimely manner will result in the imposition of further sanctions.
 Work Duty 
The student is required to perform clean-up or kitchen duties on campus. Failure to fulfill a work assignment will result in further disciplinary action
and
a reassignment of the work.
Restriction to campus (“Campusing”)
The student must be on campus by 7:00 p.m. and remain in his or her room from 9:00 p.m. until thedorms open at 6:30 a.m. Campusing by a Proctor lasts from three days to a week and does not appear onthe student’s record. Campusing by the Dean of Students lasts for up to two weeks and is placed on thestudent’s record. Three administrative campusings in one academic year merit a disciplinary hearing andpossible suspension or expulsion.Referral to professional counseling or restriction of specific privileges may be imposed by the Dean of Students in addition to other sanctions.
Suspension
The student is prohibited from attending classes for up to two weeks. The student himself is responsiblefor making up missed work. Suspension is placed on the student’s record.
Expulsion
If an infraction warrants suspension or expulsion, the Dean of Students will bring the student before adisciplinary board composed of the Dean himself, another faculty member, and one Proctor or RA. Theboard will examine the case with the student and all concerned. If the board finds that the student’soffense warrants expulsion, the student has the right to appeal to the President within 24 hours, who willreply within another 24 hours.

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