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The primary goal of the Office of Student Affairs is to educate students and registered student organizations on ways to raise their standards of behavior. Students and registered student organizations that are found responsible for violating the Code of Student Conduct, may receive sanctions.

  • Marijuana Sanctions

    Sanctions can be applied based on the following Code of Student Conduct violations:

    • Use, possession, sale, delivery, manufacture or distribution of any narcotic, drug and/or medicine prescribed to another person, chemical compound, or other controlled substance or drug paraphernalia that would constitute a violation of any federal, state or local law and/or Angelo State University policy.
    • Possession of drug-related paraphernalia that would constitute a violation of any federal, state or local law and/or Angelo State University policy.
    • Being under the influence of narcotics, drugs, medicine prescribed to another person, chemical compound or other controlled substance that would constitute a violation of any federal, state or local law and/or Angelo State University policy

    Marijuana 101 is an online drug education course that uses evidence-based research to educate students on issues such as marijuana dependency, the effects of marijuana, mental health, synthetic marijuana, legal issues and legal penalties.

    • Materials Needed for Marijuana 101 Sanctions
      • The course fee is $35.
        • You can pay online with a debit/credit card.
        • You can also send check or money order with completed mail-in form to the address on the bottom of the form.
      • You will be provided a Control Number by the conduct officer that issued the Marijuana 101 sanction.
    • Instructions for Marijuana 101

      There are two parts that you must complete within a 30 day sanction period. To receive credit, you must follow enrollment instructions and enter the correct Control Number.

      1. Go to www.3rdmil.com.
      2. Select “SIGN UP FOR A COURSE.”
      3. When you are directed to “Enter Control Number,” enter the code provided to you by your conduct officer.
      4. The course fee is $35.
        • You can pay online with a debit/credit card.
        • You can also send check or money order with completed mail-in form to the address on the bottom of the form. Please allow time for processing.
      5. After payment is received, you will receive a password.
        1. Online payments will prompt your password to be shown on the screen. It will also be sent by email.
        2. Mailed payments require time for processing. Notify your conduct officer if you intend to mail in your payment. It is at the conduct officer’s discretion if they would like to allow additional time to complete the sanctions.
      6. Login using the provided password.
      7. Complete Part 1, follow the 14 day intercession, and complete Part 2. 
      8. Upon completion, you and your conduct officer will receive a completion notification by email.
      9. Save your Certificate of Completion for your records.
    • Essentials for Marijuana 101

      There are two parts that you must complete in the Marijuana 101 course within the 30 day sanction period.

      • Part 1
        • Part 1 takes less than 2.5 hours to complete, and you can log in and out as needed. We encourage you to take Part 1 at different times, provided you can complete this section in a timely manner.
        • After Part 1 is completed, there will be a 14-day Intersession, or wait period, before you can begin Part 2. At that time you will receive an email. This email is to remind you to complete the required 15-minute Part 2 follow-up. 
      • Intersession
        • The Intersession, or wait period, is 14 days long. Since there is a 30-day sanction period to complete the entire course, you must finish Part I as quickly as possible to allow yourself enough time to complete Part II after the 14-day Intersession.
      • Part 2
        • Part 2 takes about 15 minutes to complete. This part will only be available after the 14-day Intersession. Please complete this section before the 30-day sanction period expires.
        • Upon completion, you and your conduct officer will receive a completion notification by email.
        • Save your Certificate of Completion for your records.
  • Alcohol Sanctions

    Sanctions for alcohol can be applied based on the following Code of Student Conduct violations:

    • Use, possession, sale, delivery, manufacture or distribution of alcoholic beverages that would constitute a violation of any federal, state or local law and/or Angelo State University policy.
    • Being under the influence of alcohol and/or intoxication as defined by federal, state or local law and/or Angelo State University policy.

    AlcoholEdu for Sanctions is an online course used to educate students about the effects of alcohol and to reduce at-risk drinking behavior. If you have been sanctioned by the Office of Student Affairs to complete the AlcoholEdu for Sanctions course due to a violation(s) of the Code of Student Conduct, please follow the instructions below.

    • Materials Needed for AlcoholEdu Sanctions
      • You must be an Angelo State student and have a current username and password in order to log in to RamPort.
      • You will be provided a password from your conduct officer in order to access the AlcoholEdu for Sanctions course.
      • You may need an updated web browser to use RamPort efficiently.
    • Instructions for AlcoholEdu
      1. Log in to RamPort.
      2. Go to “ramport.angelo.edu” using a web browser of your choice.
      3. Type in your username and password.
        • Username Example: jdoe12
        • Password will be what you have chosen or used previously.
      4. Select the “Campus Life” tab in the left side menu.  
      5. Select the appropriate “AlcoholEdu for Sanctions” link.
      6. Look to the right side of the Campus Life page and find the “Student Conduct” section.
      7. Locate the “Sanctions” section at the bottom of the “Student Conduct” section.
      8. Select the “AlcoholEdu for Sanctions” link.

      (Note: At this point a password for log in is required to enter the AlcoholEdu portal.)

      • Log in to the AlcoholEdu for Sanctions course
        • Use the same username you used to log in to RamPort, if prompted.
        • Type the password that was provided by your conduct officer.
      • You should now see the AlcoholEdu for Sanctions course.
    • AlcoholEdu Sanctions FAQ
      • Are my responses confidential?
        • Your answers are strictly confidential and will not be shared with any other party. Additionally, the answers you submit to our free-response questions are confidential. Please note that we do not evaluate or respond to you personally in any way. If you have other questions, please refer to our Privacy Policy.
      • What if I have technical problems?
        • If you have technical difficulties, please click the “Technical Help” button at the top right of your screen to access our Online Technical Support Center. This service is available 24 hours a day.
      • How do I return to the course?
        • If you log out and want to return to the course, please refer back to the initial RamPort log-in instructions. Make sure you review an entire segment and click the “Next Section” button to log your progress in our system.
      • How do I review information from the course?
        • If you would like to review any information that you have already completed in the course, click on the “Syllabus” button on the left of the screen to navigate your way back. Do not use your browser’s back button. You are encouraged to take notes throughout the course if there is information that you would like to review at a later date.
    • Essentials About the AlcoholEdu Sanctions Course

      There are two parts you must complete in the AlcoholEdu for Sanctions course within the 30-day sanction period.

      • Part 1
        • Part 1 takes three hours to complete if finished in one sitting. We encourage you to take Part 1 at different times, provided you can complete this section in a timely manner.
        • After Part 1 is completed, there will be a 14-day Intersession, or wait period, before you can begin Part 2.
      • Intersession
        • The Intersession, or wait period, is 14 days long. Since there is a 30-day sanction period to complete the entire course, you must finish Part 1 as quickly as possible to allow yourself enough time to complete Part 2 after the 14-day Intersession.
      • Part 2
        • Part 2 takes about 15 minutes to complete. This part will only be available after the 14-day Intersession. Please complete this section before the 30-day sanction period expires.

     

  • Discipline Records/Transcripts
    • The Office of Student Affairs is often the point of contact for behavior- or conduct-related background checks. Inquiries for past conduct and behavioral information can be provided to federal, state and local entities via their investigation process. These entities must present authorization from the student regarding the inquiry via a waiver.
    • Conduct and behavioral records are only stored for the length of time that is required by law. Angelo State University follows the Texas Tech University System’s procedures as they relate to the Records Retention Schedule.
    • Disciplinary records are maintained in Room 112 of the Houston Harte University Center. Both electronic and paper records are destroyed after seven (7) years from the date the case is completed.
    • Transfer students from an accredited college or university who are on disciplinary suspension or expulsion may not be admitted. The student’s educational record may be shared with colleges or universities where the student seeks or intends to enroll.
    • For specific information regarding admission requirements, please view the University Catalog on pages 10 & 11 of the 2017-2018 version.