Student Handbook


The following sanctions may be imposed, separately or in conjunction with other sanctions:

  1. Admonition: A written statement to a student that he/she is violating or has violated University rules and may be subject to more severe disciplinary action.
  2. Disciplinary Probation: Exclusion from the privilege of participation in extracurricular activities of the University, including the holding of any office, for a period of time not exceeding one academic year.
  3. Restitution: Required reimbursement for damage to or misappropriation of property. This may take the form of appropriate services or other compensation.
  4. Discretionary Sanctions: Sanctions that combine one or more of the listed sanctions or sanctions specific to a particular violation.
  5. Interim Suspension: If, in the opinion of the Assistant Vice Provost, Student Affairs or designee, the presence of a student poses a serious threat to others, the Assistant Vice Provost, Student Affairs or designee may suspend the student immediately. If the student requests an appeal of the decision, a hearing shall be held at the earliest reasonable time.
  6. Suspension: Exclusion from the University for a definite period not to exceed one academic year.  Any courses taken at one of Strayer University's Affiliates, or at any other institution while a student is on disciplinary Suspension at Strayer University, will not be accepted as transfer credit towards any Strayer University academic program. 
  7. Withdrawal without refund: A student will be administratively withdrawn from the current or future quarters at Strayer University and the course withdrawal refund policies described in the Catalog will be followed.
  8. Dismissal/Expulsion: Termination of student status for an indefinite period.  The conditions of readmission, if any, will be stated in the order of dismissal.
  9. Revocation of Degree: If, in the opinion of the Disciplinary Committee, the student has committed gross violations of the University's Academic Integrity Policy, the Disciplinary Committee may revoke the student's degree.