Student behavior is expected to adhere to the legal codes of the United States, the State of New Mexico, the City of Roswell and the regulations of Eastern New Mexico University-Roswell. Listed below are some examples of behavior that are UNACCEPTABLE and NOT in keeping with the educational aims, purposes and philosophy of ENMU-Roswell and which subject students to disciplinary action:

  • Forgery, alteration, destruction or misuse of University documents, records, ID cards, meal stickers or tickets, or other University property, including misrepresentation of identification or presentation of such by unauthorized persons.
  • Obstruction, disruption or unauthorized interruption of teaching, research, administration, disciplinary procedures or other University activities, including its public service functions or other authorized activities on University premises.
  • Physical or verbal abuse of any person on University-owned or controlled property or at University-approved or supervised functions, or conduct that threatens or endangers the health or safety of any such person.
  • Theft or damage to property of the University, of a member of the University community or of a campus visitor, including possession, sale or attempted sale of stolen property of the University, of a member of the University community, of a campus visitor, or to the civic community/citizens.
  • Unauthorized use of, or entry into, University facilities or systems.
  • Use, possession, distribution or being under the influence of narcotics or drugs, except as permitted by law while on University-owned or controlled property or at University-sponsored, approved or supervised activities. (Refer to Drug-Free Campus Policy and Information for more detail.)
  • Disorderly conduct or lewd, indecent or obscene conduct or expressions on University-owned or controlled property or at a University-approved or supervised function.
  • Possession of any weapons while on University-owned or controlled property or at University approved or supervised activities, such as, but not limited to, rifles, shotguns, ammunition, hand guns and air guns, including explosives such as firecrackers, etc.
  • Failure to pay promptly all University bills, accounts and other University financial obligations when due.
  • Gambling on University-owned or controlled property.
  • Any act which interferes with or adversely affects the University’s normal functioning or which injures or endangers the welfare of any member of the University community.
  • Possession or use of alcoholic beverages on University-owned or controlled property.
  • Gang related attire, including colored bandanas, will not be allowed on campus.
  • Violation of properly constituted rules and regulations governing the use of motor vehicles on University-owned or controlled property.
  • Failure to comply with directions of University officials acting in the performance of their duties.