Grounds for Dismissal
While the University's guidelines for students are intended to promote harmony and shared growth within the DRBU community, the University also recognizes its responsibility in keeping its community free of unhealthy, disruptive, or unethical behavior. For this reason, students may be dismissed from DRBU for violation of civil and criminal laws, for visiting residences of the opposite gender, or for the repeated violation of any rules set forth in the DRBU Code of Conduct.
With regard to DRBU's academic community, the University is ultimately responsible for maintaining the quality of its academic standards for both it faculty and its student body. For this reason, students on academic probation may be dismissed for failure to regain good academic standing; also, students may be dismissed for violation of DRBU's policies on academic integrity.