2006 Florida Statutes
Expulsion and discipline of students of community colleges and state universities.
1006.62 Expulsion and discipline of students of community colleges and state universities.--
(1) Each student in a community college or state university is subject to federal and state law, respective county and municipal ordinances, and all rules and regulations of the State Board of Education or board of trustees of the institution.
(2) Violation of these published laws, ordinances, or rules and regulations may subject the violator to appropriate action by the institution's authorities.
(3) Each president of a community college or state university may, after notice to the student of the charges and after a hearing thereon, to expel, suspend, or otherwise discipline any student who is found to have violated any law, ordinance, or rule or regulation of the State Board of Education or of the board of trustees of the institution. A student may be entitled to waiver of expulsion:
(a) If the student provides substantial assistance in the identification, arrest, or conviction of any of his or her accomplices, accessories, coconspirators, or principals or of any other person engaged in violations of chapter 893 within a state university or community college;
(b) If the student voluntarily discloses his or her violations of chapter 893 prior to his or her arrest; or
(c) If the student commits himself or herself, or is referred by the court in lieu of sentence, to a state-licensed drug abuse program and successfully completes the program.
History.--s. 332, ch. 2002-387.