Disruptive Behavior

Ensign College is committed to providing a wholesome academic, cultural, social and spiritual environment for students which is consistent with the spirit and values of the gospel of Jesus Christ. Students involved in behavioral misconduct, abuse of administrative processes, violation of College policy or procedures, inappropriate classroom behavior, intimidation, threats, violence, or other inappropriate actions whether on campus, or in any Ensign College program or activity may be required to leave the institution or its properties when their misconduct significantly and adversely impacts the College’s ability to perform its mission or the general environment Ensign College is striving to achieve.

Examples of disruptive behavior:

Any conduct that is detrimental to the health, safety or education of the student or of another individual. This includes attempted suicide or acting out, persistent or substantial acts of willful disobedience, or defiance toward College policy or personnel. Repeated unwanted contact; including stalking, harassing phone calls, unsolicited email, or texts. Includes behaviors directed towards faculty members as a result of grades issued. Assault, battery or any other form of physical abuse or the threat thereof, towards any student or College personnel. Verbal abuse of a student or of College personnel. Hazing or other behaviors which would degrade, endanger or compromise the dignity of any individual. Sexual harassment, sexual abuse, sexual assault or inappropriate gender-based behavior. Interference with the normal business transactions or operations of Ensign College. Obstructing the movement of others on campus or access to campus facilities.