This policy intentionally promotes awareness of the physical, emotional, mental, and legal ramifications of irresponsible alcohol use because freedom relies not only on rules but, most importantly, on informed thinking.
Trinity University is committed to the maintenance of an academic environment free of all forms of conduct considered to be harassment according to Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 as such conduct adversely affects the working or learning environment.
The University reaffirms its commitment that unlawful harassment relating to a person's race, sex, color, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, religion, national origin, age, or disability is prohibited. This prohibition against harassment includes harassment of employees, job applicants, students, or prospective students.
Trinity University prohibits the use, possession, manufacture, sale, or distribution by its students of any illegal drug (or drugs) in any amount or paraphernalia, regardless of location. Because it often contains unknown ingredients, and because of health and safety risks, possession or use of synthetic marijuana and other illegal drugs is prohibited. Similarly, any act that results in another person involuntarily or unknowingly consuming any illegal drug (or drugs) and misuse or sharing of prescription drugs is prohibited.
Trinity University is concerned about the emotional, psychological, and physical health and well-being of its students. Any form of hazing is unacceptable and is in direct conflict with institutional values related to the rights and dignity of students, all of whom have the right to belong to groups without risk of danger or humiliation. Consent to hazing is never a defense to a violation of this policy.
Trinity University policy, procedures, and information on sexual harassment, sexual assault, sexual exploitation, dating violence, domestic violence, and stalking.
The carrying or possession of any type of weapon or firearm on the premises of Trinity University (“Trinity”) is strictly and absolutely prohibited. This prohibition expressly includes those person licensed to carry concealed handguns (other than those who are licensed peace officers).
Including Smoking, Communications (E-Mail and Correspondence), Financial Obligations (Authorization and Outstanding Balances), Posting and Promotions on Campus, Commercial Enterprises on Campus, and Sales and Solicitation on Campus