POLICY TITLE: Policy on Student Damage to Carnegie Mellon Property
DATE OF ISSUANCE: The most recently revised version of this policy was approved by the President's Council on May 3, 1999. This policy appears in the Student Handbook.
ACCOUNTABLE DEPARTMENT/UNIT: Office of the Dean of Student Affairs. Questions about policy content should be directed to Karen Boyd, dean of student affairs, x8-2075.
ABSTRACT: Students will be charged with the cost of restoring any Carnegie Mellon property that they are responsible for damaging, and they may be subject to disciplinary action.
Students will be charged with the cost of restoring to its proper condition any Carnegie Mellon property that, through their negligence or misuse, has been damaged.
Responsible parties will be subject to disciplinary action if said damages are found to have been intentional or caused as a result of improper behavior. All such damages should be reported promptly to the Campus Police.
When individual responsibility cannot be assigned, the members of the group to whom a space has been assigned or property supplied may be charged (as individuals) for the cost of repairs, and may be subject to disciplinary action.
Questions about this policy or its intent should be directed to: Michael Murphy, dean of student affairs, x8-2075.