Due to the excessive tickets received by students in the past and the current parking situation, students receiving five or more parking citations, regardless of ticket payment or classification, will be required to appear before the Mississippi College Judicial Council and the SGA Chief Justice at said council’s discretion. Failure to appear on scheduled date will result in disciplinary action by the Judicial Council. Those students receiving ten or more violations, within the course of one semester, will, upon notice, automatically have their parking privileges revoked. If a student is caught parking a vehicle on campus after their parking privileges have been revoked, the vehicle driven by that student will be towed at the student’s expense and additional disciplinary action taken against the student. The Chief Justice shall report monthly on excessive tickets to the Vice President for Enrollment Services and Dean of Students. A copy of excessive tickets will be sent from the Office of Public Safety to the Vice President for Enrollment Services and Dean of Students monthly.
RIGHT OF THE INSTITUTION TO INVESTIGATE
The University reserves the right to make any and all investigations necessary including, but not limited to, polygraphs, interviews, and on-premises investigation and inspection of any residence or living quarters on college property pertaining to alleged violations of this code, or vehicles, backpacks or other personally owned items that are located on-campus or likewise pertain to alleged violations of this code.
APPROPRIATE DRESS ON CAMPUS
In keeping with the ideals of Mississippi College, each student is expected to dress neatly and appropriately at all times.
Shoes should be worn at all times in academic areas, offices and dining facilities.
Regardless of the intent, display of the following is inappropriate on campus:
ii. Excessively tight and/or form fitting clothing
iii. Clothing displaying alcohol, drugs, tobacco products, inappropriate language, or related graphics,
descriptions or logos inconsistent with the Christian mission of Mississippi College
iv. Clothing that is lewd, derogatory, and/or suggestive
RESPONSIBILITY FOR PERSONAL PROPERTY
While students do have the right to choose to bring personal items for use on campus, they are responsible for the care and safety of the equipment. All buildings and areas on campus are secured to the extent that they can be. Mississippi College cannot assume responsibility for personal items of students. Students should mark personal items clearly and appropriately so that their identity is evident, should there be a question. The College does not assume responsibility for the loss or damage to student’s property which occurs in college buildings or on college grounds. The student agrees to indemnify and hold harmless the College from any suits, claims, demands or damages whatsoever, resulting from or arising out of the theft of or damage to personal property or injury to the student’s person, family or guests which may occur. Therefore, personal property insurance (which could be included in the parent’s Homeowner’s Insurance Policy) should be considered by residents should there be an interest in doing so.