Intramural Rules & Policies

Updated 8.1.12

OVERVIEW

Having the opportunity to participate in both formal and informal recreational outlets is a vital component of collegiate satisfaction and everyday life. The Intramural Sports Program at Assumption College seeks to provide formal recreation opportunities to students, faculty and staff by:

  • Offering an opportunity for physical activity, social interaction, and rewarding competition while including men's, women's and co-ed sports.
  • Presenting a varied inclusive and diverse program of sports and recreational activities so that the entire campus community has the opportunity to participate regardless of athletic ability or preference.

CODE OF CONDUCT

All participants and spectators are expected to behave in an appropriate manner by showing exceptional sportsmanship and respect for officials, staff and opponents. Any abuse, physical or verbal, of an official or opponent will not be tolerated. Any player ejected from a contest must meet with the Assistant Director of Recreation (Intramurals) before reinstatement will be considered. All participants must recognize that the intent of the Intramural Program is fun, exercise and social interaction with fellow students, faculty and staff.

ELIGIBILITY

Each participant is responsible for his/her own eligibility and each team captain is responsible for the eligibility of his or her own players. The status of any player should be clarified before the roster is submitted.

All Assumption College full-time undergraduate students, faculty and staff are eligible to participate in the Intramural Program. Full-time graduate students who possess a valid Plourde Recreation Center membership are permitted to participate. The following are strictly prohibited from participation:

  • Alumni
  • Family of Faculty or Staff
  • Part-time staff
  • Former Assumption students
  • Continuing Education Students
  • Varsity athletes in corresponding sports

Eligible individuals must abide by Campus Recreation rules and policies to remain eligible for participation; including, but not limited to:

  • Providing a valid Assumption ID card at check-in.
  • Participating on only one (1) team per league.
  • Signing the Intramural participation waiver on the back of the roster form.
  • Following sportsmanship guidelines.

Any team using an ineligible player will forfeit all games in which the player has appeared. Ineligible players may not play even by mutual agreement of both teams. A player competing under an invalid name will be suspended from the Intramural Program.

Restricted Players:

Teams are responsible for declaring any players who have may have the status of a 'RESTRICTED PLAYER'. Teams are limited to the number of ‘Restricted Players’ that are eligible to participate, which varies by sports. Recreational teams may not have ‘Restricted Players’ on their roster.

Breakdown of Restricted Player regulations by sport for the field of play and roster


Sport

Restricted Players per Team

Flag Football (7v7)

2

Softball/Wiffleball (10v10)

3

Floor/Ice Hockey (5v5/6v6)

2

Basketball (5v5)
Basketball (3v3)

2
1

Volleyball (6v6)

2

Soccer (7v7)

2

Golf (4)

1

Ultimate Frisbee (7v7)

2

Varsity Athletes:

Varsity athletes will be listed as 'RESTRICTED PLAYERS' in their first two (2) semesters of eligible Intramural participation. Exception: varsity athletes who exhaust their NCAA eligibility must sit out two (2) semesters before becoming a 'RESTRICTED PLAYER'. Varsity lists shall be obtained from the Athletic Department. 

Athletes who try-out for a varsity sport may participate in Intramurals, so long as they did not participate in any regular season games or practices.

  • Flag Football: No current varsity football players are eligible.
  • Basketball: No current varsity basketball players are eligible.
  • Court/Beach Volleyball: No current varsity volleyball players are eligible.
  • Floor/Ice Hockey: No current varsity ice hockey players or field hockey players are eligible.
  • Indoor/Outdoor Soccer: No current varsity soccer players are eligible.
  • Softball /Wiffleball: No current varsity baseball or softball players are eligible.
  • Golf: No current varsity golfers are eligible (Exception: senior golfers may participate in the Senior Week Golf Tournament, but are not eligible for awards).

Club Sport Participants: 

Current club sport athletes will be labeled 'RESTRICTED PLAYERS' and will follow the rules and regulations provided below. Any club sport member who participates in any club sports function during a given semester will maintain ‘Restricted’ status for the entirety of the semester, even if club involvement is discontinued. 

ENTERING A TEAM / ROSTERS

Steps for Entering a Team:

  • Imleagues.com will serve as the main site to register for participation in Intramural Sports Programs.

*Please see Appendix A for full instruction on how to create an account for IMLeagues.com as well as sign up for teams during each particular sport.

  • Official roster forms are also available in the Plourde Recreation Center.
  • Recruit friends, classmates, faculty and staff who are eligible under the rules to participate and completely fill out the form with the required information.
  • Be certain to include the days and times your team cannot play on the roster form to ensure that your team can play at all scheduled times.
  • Return the completed form to the Campus Recreation Office before the registration deadline with the registration fee. Forms returned without the registration fee or after the posted deadline will not be accepted.
  • The team captain, or another representative of the team in the absence of the captain, must attend the Captain's Meeting in the Meeting Room in the Plourde Recreation Center when the league structure, rules, and playoff format will be discussed. Teams that are not represented at the meeting will not be eligible for the league.
  • If a person is unable to find a team they may register as a free agent with the Campus Recreation Office. The Assistant Director of Recreation (Intramurals) will assist free agents in finding a team. If enough players register as free agents they will be combined into one (1) team.

Rosters:

Players may be added to a team’s official roster prior to the playoff portion of each league so long as they are not listed on another team’s roster. Players may only play for one (1) team per league. In the event that a player wishes to switch teams after the season has started the player must complete the ‘Request for Player Transfer’ form which must be signed by both captains and provide ample justification for the switch. Player transfers are rarely accepted and must be approved by the Assistant Director of Recreation (Intramurals) prior to participation with new team. No players will be allowed to switch teams after their team has played half of its games.

Organization of Competition:

  • Men’s / Women’s Division - Composed of male or female undergraduate/graduate students and faculty/staff members, respectively.
  • Coed Division - Composed of any combination of male or female undergraduate/graduate students and faculty/staff members.  Teams in this division shall consist of men and women as designated by the rules of each sport.
  • Competitive - Higher level of competition.  Typically players that have played in high school or have a high level of skill.
  • Recreational - Intermediate level of competition.  Typically players that have fun as their number one priority.
  • Open Division - Do not have specific gender requirements and are composed of male or female undergraduate/graduate students and faculty/staff members.

RESPONSIBILITIES OF CAPTAINS

Each team or individual entering an Intramural activity must have a captain.  The captain's responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

  • Attending or sending a representative to all captain's meetings.
  • Submitting complete and correct team/player information on the team roster.
  • Know the eligibility rules and abide by them.
  • Read and understand the game rules (Convey game rules to their teammates at the team meeting).
  • Notifying team members of schedules/schedule changes.
  • After each game, check and verify the results on the game sheet by signing the score sheet.
  • Only the captain may address an official on matters of interpretation and/or for information during a contest (All questions should be raised in a respectful manner).
  • Representing the team in the case of protests.
  • Promoting fair play and a positive atmosphere at contests.
  • Responsible for their players conduct before, during, and after each Intramural contest.  Similarly, they are responsible for the conduct of their team's fans as well.

SCHEDULING / PLAYOFFS

A single elimination tournament will be held at the conclusion of the regular season. The number of teams eligible to make the playoffs per division will be determined by the number of entries received and will be discussed during the captain's meeting.

If two (2) or more teams in the division finish with identical win/loss records, the following tie breaker procedures will be used to determine final standings and potential playoff slots, unless otherwise noted for a particular sport.

Sportsmanship ratings will serve as the tie breaker after win/loss records. If there is still a tie after sportsmanship ratings the following procedures will be used:

  • Two-way tie: the results of the contest between the two (2) teams during regular league play will be used to break the tie.
  • Three (3) or more teams or teams did not play each other: Total points differential during regular season.
  • Coin flips will determine any ties that remain unbroken.

FORFEITS /FORFEIT FEES

Failure to show up for scheduled games is unfair to opponents and officials and negatively affects the program. Team captains must impress upon their players that by placing their name on the team roster, they are making a commitment to their team and teammates.

A forfeit is defined by the inability to play a game; including, but not limited to: not having enough players to start/complete a game, using ineligible players or displaying inappropriate team behavior.

Teams have five (5) minutes after the scheduled start time to field a team consisting of the minimum number of legal players to begin play. Picking up players from other teams to start a game is not allowed even if the opposing team agrees. When neither team shows for a scheduled game, a forfeit shall be recorded for both teams. In event of unsportsmanlike behavior, league officials may declare a forfeit at any time. No forfeited contests will be rescheduled.

After one (1) forfeit, teams will lose their eligibility to compete in the playoffs. They may regain their playoff eligibility by paying a $10 forfeit fee.

Avoiding Forfeits: 

Teams notifying the Assistant Director of Recreation (Intramurals) by 3pm the day prior to their contest will not be charged with a forfeit or subsequent fees and may have the opportunity to re-schedule the game if the schedule allows, if the game cannot be scheduled it will be considered a ‘Default’ loss. 
Teams notifying the Assistant Director of Recreation (Intramurals) of an upcoming forfeit by 3pm the day of their contest will receive a sportsmanship rating of 3. After 3pm, teams will receive a 2 for sportsmanship. Teams not notifying will get a 0 for sportsmanship.

*After two (2) forfeits, teams will no longer be able to participate in the regular season or playoffs. 

RESCHEDULING GAMES/INCLEMENT WEATHER

Rescheduling games creates problems for the entire league. In order to complete the Intramural Program currently underway, schedules are made with little or no open dates for rescheduling games. Teams are given the opportunity to make scheduling requests on IMLeagues.com (Time Preferences page) or their roster forms before the official league schedule is made prior to the season.

In the event of poor weather, teams will be notified via email as soon as possible if games are cancelled. For the latest information, contact the Campus Recreation Hotline at Ext. 7188 – option 2, or stop by the Plourde Recreation Center. Every attempt will be made to make up all games cancelled due to weather.

PROTESTS

Only matters of player eligibility and rule interpretation can be the basis of a protest.Judgment calls by an official cannot be protested. Even quality officials are subject to an occasional mistake, the purpose of protests are not to highlight errors made by student employees, but to ensure that each team has the opportunity to a fair contest. That being said, it is the expectation of Campus Recreation that this process be used respectfully.

Rule Interpretation:

The team captain must register the protest with the game official at the time the question occurs. The game official will note the game time and all notable game information at the time of the protest. If available, the Intramural official will review the protest at the time of the event and either enforce or correct the rule interpretation. If the protest cannot be reviewed at the time of the game the Assistant Director of Recreation (Intramurals) will review the protest at the captain’s request to determine if there should be a correction or replay of the game from the point of the protest.

Player Eligibility:

All protests on player eligibility must be in writing and submitted to the Assistant Director of Recreation (Intramurals) within 24 hours after the contest in question. The opposing team captain will be contacted and notified of the protest and both teams and the game officials will be permitted to give their version of what took place. The Assistant Director of Recreation (Intramurals) will gather all relevant information. All decisions regarding protests are final. 

AWARDS

In order for each member of the championship team to receive a championship t-shirt, they must be present at the championship game. Champions also get their name or team name on the championship banner in the Plourde Recreation Center Gymnasium and their picture on the Wall of Champions. 

SAFETY

Assumption of Risk:

Participants are advised that participation in the Intramural Sports Program involves physical risk. There is a possibility that a participant may be injured during the course of normal Intramural activities. This risk of injury extends to the physical being, as well as personal belongings that the individual may bring to the activity (including eyeglasses, or apparatuses left on the sideline). The Campus Recreation Department strongly advises that participants take advantage of the College sponsored insurance plan or their own private insurance policy. Assumption College does not assume liability for injuries or lost/stolen/damaged equipment.

Drug/Alcohol Policy:

In order to maintain a safe environment for all participants the participation in Intramurals while under the influence is strictly prohibited, regardless of the legality of the consumption.  If any participant is suspected to be under the influence of drugs or alcohol by the sports official on duty, that player will be removed from the activity. In the event that drugs/alcohol are present at an activity Campus Police will be notified to take necessary action. Any team or participants with knowledge of noncompliant behavior regarding the drug/alcohol policy should report this activity to the Assistant Director of Recreation (Intramurals). Failure to report noncompliant behavior may result in further disciplinary action as deemed appropriate by the Assistant Director of Recreation (Intramurals).

Tobacco Products:

The use of tobacco products has severe health consequences which conflict with the primary mission of the Campus Recreation Department. The use of tobacco products is prohibited at all Intramural activities.

Blood:

There is a risk for blood borne infectious diseases to be transmitted from one player's wounds to another. Recognizing the concerns this risk creates for our Intramural participants, the Intramural Sports staff has established the following policy:

“In the event a player is bleeding, has an open wound or has blood on his or her clothing, the official will temporarily stop the game, and the bloody player must leave the game. The player involved shall not return to the contest until the bleeding has stopped, the open wound is covered or the piece(s) of clothing have been changed.”

Footwear Policy:

All participants must wear proper footwear. For INDOOR activities, participants must bring a second pair of non-marking athletic shoes in order to keep the surface clean and safe. All cleats for OUTDOOR activities may be smooth or molded, with soft rubber or plastic cleats, providing the cleats are rounded, non-abrasive, tapered uniformly on the sides and will not develop a cutting edge. No metal or shoes similar to metal sole and heel plates will be allowed. The officials have the authority to disallow any shoe that they feel would endanger the participants.

Clothing Policy:

All participants must wear appropriate athletic clothing. Shirts must always be worn under provided jerseys. All participants must follow any clothing guidelines put in place for specific activities. 

Jewelry Policy:                                                                                                                                                                                         

Jewelry is not allowed to be worn by any participant during an Intramural event. This includes any rings, watches, necklaces, earrings, bracelets and any other such similar jewelry. The officials on duty have the authority to disallow any participant from participating for wearing jewelry.

Headgear Policy:

Headgear is not allowed to be worn by any participant during an Intramural event. For INDOOR sports this headgear consists of any hats, bandanas, baseball caps, winter/wool hats, and any other such similar headgear. The following pieces of headgear are permissible: yamikas, turbans and one-piece head or sweatbands that does not have to be tied and are elastic in nature. This also applies to OUTDOOR sports with the following exceptions: baseball caps for softball and winter/wool hats are allowed. The officials on duty have the authority to disallow any participant from participating that they feel would endanger the person wearing the headgear or his/her opponents.

VANDALISM

Deliberate destruction of College property and equipment, public property or personal property of individuals will not be tolerated. Individuals may be suspended from play and responsible for replacement costs of damaged/stolen property. All incidents of vandalism will be reported to College authorities.

SPORTSMANLIKE CONDUCT

Exceptional sportsmanship is paramount to the success or the Intramural Program at Assumption College. The events and competitions students partake in are the perfect arena for students demonstrate their support of the College mission through ‘thoughtful citizenship’. An environment of sportsmanship promotes the development of useful life skills such as teamwork, communication, and conflict resolution. It challenges students to high standards of personal behavior and responsibility through the formation of character and virtues that directly parallel catholic social teaching. Conversely, poor sportsmanship can deteriorate the experience of all students involved with the Intramural Program, including participants, spectators and student staff.  Officials are an integral part of the program and carry the authority of Campus Recreation as an employee. After each contest, officials will rate each team on their degree of success following the sportsmanship guidelines, based on the following scale: 

Superior Sportsmanship: (5.0 points) 

Participants cooperate fully with the Intramural staff. Teams respect all calls and non–protested decisions made by the Intramural staff. During a conflict, the team captain has complete control of his/her team and address the issue to the head official in a respectable manner. Players represent superior sportsmanship among their team and their opponent through verbal comments or polite gestures. Captains will encourage full participation and does not segregate other members that will prohibit participation. Teams accept a loss and congratulate the opponent on their success. Teams receive absolutely no warnings, ejections, yellow cards, unsportsmanlike penalties or technical fouls.
1. Team must display absolute respect for opponents, officials and staff.
2. Team willingly accepts all non-protested decisions by officials with question only from the captain.
3. Team is responsible for their actions, are polite and do not respond negatively.
4. Team represents superior sportsmanship among their team and the opponent.
5. Team encourages others to participate and does not segregate teammates.
6. Team accepts a loss and congratulates the opponent on their success.
7. Team receives absolutely no warnings, ejections, yellow cards, unsportsmanlike penalties or technical fouls.
8. Participants clean up all trash.

Excellent Sportsmanship: (4.0 points) 

Participants cooperate fully with the Intramural staff. Teams respect all calls and non-protested decisions made by the Intramural staff, but display minimal comments. During a conflict, the team captain has complete control of his/her team and address the issue to the head official in a calm and respectable manner. Players represent excellent sportsmanship among their team and their opponent through verbal comments or polite gestures. Captains will encourage full participation and does not segregate other members that will prohibit participation. Teams accepted a loss and congratulate the other team on their success. Teams receive absolutely no warnings, ejections, yellow cards, unsportsmanlike penalties or technical fouls.
1. Team must display utmost respect for opponents, officials, and staff.
2. Team willingly accepts all non-protested decisions by officials with minimal questions from players and captain.
3. Team is responsible for their actions, are polite and do not respond negatively.
4. Team represents excellent sportsmanship among their players and opponents.
5. Team encourages others to participate and does not segregate teammates.
6. Team accepts a loss and congratulates the opponent on their success.
7. Team receives absolutely no warnings, ejections, yellow cards, unsportsmanlike penalties or technical fouls.
8. Participants clean up most trash.

Average Sportsmanship: (3.0) 

Participants cooperate partially with the Intramural staff. Teams respect some calls and non-protest decisions made by the Intramural staff, with some questions by the players. During a conflict, the team captain has some control of his/her team and address the issue to the head official in a respectable manner. Players represent average sportsmanship, are responsible for their actions, but contain some negative responses. Captains will encourage full participation and does not segregate other members that will prohibit participation. Teams accepted a loss but do not congratulate the other team on their success. Teams may receive warnings, but absolutely no ejections, yellow cards, unsportsmanlike penalties or technical fouls.
1. Team must display partial respect for opponents, officials and staff.
2. Team accepts most non-protested decisions by officials with some questions from players and captain.
3. Team is responsible for their actions with some negative responses.
4. Team represents average sportsmanship among their players and opponents.
5. Team encourages others to participate and does not segregate teammates.
6. Team accepts a loss but does not congratulate the opponent on their success.
7. Team receives warnings, but absolutely no ejections, yellow cards, unsportsmanlike penalties or technical fouls.
8. Inform Assistant Director of Recreation (Intramurals) of forfeit by 3pm on day of contest.
9. Participants clean up most trash. 

Below Average Sportsmanship (2.0 points) 

Participants display no respect for opponents, officials, and Intramural staff. Teams questioned the calls and non-protested decisions of the officials. Players that commit negative actions deny their actions with multiple negative responses. Captains do not encourage others to participate and segregate their teammates from participation. Throughout the contest teams state no positive comments of encouragement towards teammates and opponents. Teams do not accept a loss or congratulate the opponent on their success. Teams strive to score as many points as possible to embarrass opponent. Teams received one (1) warning, yellow card, unsportsmanlike penalty or technical foul, but no ejections.
1. Team displays no respect for opponents, officials or Intramural staff.
2. Team questions calls or decisions continuously. 
3. Team is not responsible for their actions and responds negatively.
4. Team states no positive comments of encouragement towards teammates and opponents.
5. Players curse at teammates and opponents in a loud tone that bystanders over hear.
6. Team encourages others to participate and do not segregate teammates.
7. Team does not accept a loss or congratulate the opponent on their success.
8. Teams purposely strive to score as many points as possible to embarrass opponent.
9. Team receives one (1) yellow card, unsportsmanlike penalty or technical foul.
10. Inform Assistant Director of Recreation (Intramurals) of forfeit after 3pm on day of contest, but one (1) hour before the start of the event.
11. Participants do not pick up trash.

*Poor Sportsmanship (1.0 point) 

Some participants exhibit a blatant disregard for the philosophy of sportsmanship, officials, and opponents. The contest is dangerous with occasional intent to injure their opponent. The team captains have absolutely no control of their team conduct and the contest is stopped by the Intramural staff. Participants received warnings, ejections, unsportsmanlike penalties or technical fouls.
1. Blatant disregard for the philosophy of sportsmanship.
2. Intentionally attempt to injure opponent.
3. Captain has no control of team conduct.
4. Players curse at teammates and opponents in a loud tone that bystanders over hear.
5. Team receives more than one (1) ejections, unsportsmanlike penalties or technical fouls.
6. Participants do not pick up trash.

*Unacceptable Sportsmanship (0 points) 

ALL participants exhibit the same criteria for ‘POOR SPORTSMANSHIP’ and have continuously behaved in a manner that does not follow the CODE OF CONDUCT blueprinted by Assumption College. Also is given to teams that forfeit their game without any form of notification.

*Teams receiving Poor or Unacceptable sportsmanship ratings are required to meet with the Assistant Director of Recreation (in order to continue playing the season). 
*A team must maintain a 4.0 Sportsmanship rating out of 5.0 possible points to be eligible for the playoffs.  Team receiving below a 4.0 may still participate in playoffs if all players attend a sportsmanship seminar prior to their playoff contest.
*Officials may award teams in .5 increments based on the outlined criteria.

Disciplinary Protocols                                                                                                                                                                       

  1. Anyone who intentionally damages equipment will be ejected from the activity and shall replace costs within a week or will be subject to suspension.
  2. Anyone ejected from a contest for addressing an official, another player or other program personnel in an unsportsmanlike manner will be suspended from competition for a minimum of their next scheduled contest.
  3. Anyone endangering the welfare of another will be ejected immediately. In addition, the individual will be suspended from competition for a minimum of two (2) scheduled contests.
  4. Anyone flagrantly endangering the welfare of another will be ejected immediately. In addition, the individual will be suspended from competition for the remainder of that sport season (minimum), semester or 365 days and is subject to referral to the Office of Student Conduct.
  5. Anyone flagrantly offending program personnel, verbally, physically or in writing, will be suspended from all Intramural Sports, as well as all other Special Events offered by the Campus Recreation Department, for a minimum of 365 days.
  6. Anyone becoming involved in a fight will be ejected immediately. In addition, the individual will be suspended from competition for the remainder of that sport season (minimum), semester or 365 days and is subject to referral to the Office of Student Conduct. “S/he hit me first” or “I was just defending myself” are not acceptable excuses for fighting.
  7. Anyone who is suspected to be using tobacco products or under the influence of drugs/alcohol will be ejected from the activity. Any team or participants who display noncompliant behavior regarding the drugs/alcohol policy will be suspended for the remainder of that sport season and must report to the Assistant Director of Recreation (Intramurals) before being reinstated. In the event that drugs/alcohol are present at an activity, Campus Police will be notified to take necessary action.
  8. Anyone who is responsible for cheating will be suspended from competition according to the following guidelines:

• Playing for multiple teams, signing in as another player, allowing another person to use one’s own ID or violating any eligibility rules:
-Remainder of the sport season (minimum). If the violation is discovered after the second regular season game or after the season is complete, the participant will be suspended for their next five (5) Intramural contests.
• Playing while under suspension:
-365 days from all Intramurals and Special Events.

In addition to the above cheating guidelines, the team will forfeit all games in which an ineligible player participated. Ineligible players may not play even by mutual agreement of both teams.

Policies and Procedures          

If participants fail to follow the rules and policies set by the Campus Recreation Department they will be held accountable for their actions. Below are the standard minimum disciplinary actions that will be taken for offenses. The Assistant Director of Recreation (Intramurals) will be responsible for setting disciplinary actions on a case by case basis.  Any and all instances of alleged student misconduct may be referred to the Office of Student Conduct.

• If a team is responsible for being involved in a cheating incident, the entire team may be placed on probation. Depending on the severity of the incident, the team may not be eligible for playoffs or may be removed from the league.
• During a suspension, a game forfeited by the suspended player’s team will not count as a game served for the suspension. The participant will still have to serve an additional game to fulfill their suspension.
• Most often, suspensions will be served in the sport in which the offense occurred. However, while under suspension, individuals are not allowed to participate in any Intramural Sports or Special Events.
• In cases occurring late in the sport season or the academic year, a suspension may carry over into the next Intramural sport or school year.
• After reinstatement, anyone involved in a second offense will be suspended from competition for one (1) full calendar year (365 days). Depending on the severity of the incident(s), the individual(s) may be banned from all programs and services offered by the Campus Recreation Department. In addition to the consequences imposed by the Department, these incidents may be sent to the Office of Student Conduct to determine if a violation of Code of Conduct has occurred.
• All suspended players may request a meeting with the Assistant Director of Recreation (Intramurals) to discuss their case. It is each individual’s responsibility to contact our office at 508.767.7469 for a meeting.

Disciplinary Protest:

Any player who receives a disciplinary sentence has the right to have their case reviewed. In this instance, the Director of Recreation will either uphold the decision made by the Assistant Director of Recreation (Intramurals) or offer a disciplinary recommendation to reduce or increase the current punishment. If this decision is still looked upon as being unjust, the player has the right to protest to the Dean of Campus Life who will review the entire disciplinary process and shall make a final ruling on the protest.

RULE/POLICY CHANGES

The Campus Recreation Department reserves the right to change and/or put into effect any new rules/policies without notice.