gencies on university premises or at any university-sponsored activity is prohibited.
CS 17. Possession, use, or display of firearms and other dangerous weapons on university property is prohibited. Dangerous weapons include, but are not limited to, paintball guns, BB guns,
stun guns, sling shots, pellet guns, air guns and dart guns, facsimile firearms, ammunition (spent
casings or whole), martial arts weapons, knives (other than legal pocket knives as defined by
state law), bow and arrow or crossbows, explosives (including fireworks), hazardous chemicals,
and any item used or displayed in a threatening manner. Discharge of a firearm on campus may
result in immediate suspension or expulsion.
CS 18. Non-compliance with fire safety. Non-compliance with any regulations regarding fire
safety and the use of fire equipment and fire safety procedures is prohibited. This includes
failure to evacuate a building; unauthorized re-entry into a building; tampering with, impairing,
disabling, or misusing smoke detectors, fire extinguishers, unauthorized use of fire escapes or
any other emergency or safety equipment; and false alarms.
CS 19. Violation of smoking policies. According to Silver City Ordinance number 1041 smoking is
not permitted within 20 feet of any university building including residence halls and apartments.
Used tobacco products are to be disposed of in the appropriate waste containers.
CS 20. Interfering with, Obstructing, or Disrupting a University Function. University functions, on or off campus, are defined to include teaching; research, administration, disciplinary
proceedings, athletic events, university activities, public service, learning, or other authorized
activity related to the university. This also includes authorized non-university functions when
the act occurs on university premises.
CS 21. Hazing, defined as participation in activities that mentally or physically endanger, harm, or
degrade a probationary or permanent member of a group; or which destroys or removes public or
private property, for the purpose of initiation, admission, affiliation, or as a condition for continued membership in a group or organization with or without the consent
CS 22. Irresponsible computing includes improper use of the network, security, harassment,
CS 23. Host/Responsibility of Guests. Hosts are responsible for their own behavior and that of
his/her guest(s) at all times. This includes in a private room, vehicle, and/or surrounding areas
(sidewalks, porches, doorways, hallways, parking lots, etc.). The student is also responsible for
any repair or cleaning required in his/her own room or areas immediately outside of the student’s
room (sidewalks, porches, doorways, hallways, etc.). Failure to clean up after a reasonable time,