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华南理工大学国际教育学院留学生违纪处分规定
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华南理工大学留学生(包括学历生和非学历生)违纪处分参照《华南理工大学学生违纪处分规定》执行,不再单独制定规定,并结合《华南理工大学国际教育学院语言班留学生管理办法》、《华南理工大学全日制本科留学生学籍管理实施细则》和《华南理工大学全日制留学生研究生学籍管理实施细则》实行。对于《华南理工大学学生违纪处分规定》中不适用留学生的条款以及与学院管理办法不一致部分,由国际教育学院负责解释和执行。

《华南理工大学学生违纪处分规定》以中文为准,英文翻译仅供参考。

 

 

华南理工大学学生违纪处分规定

2019 年修订)

 

第一章总 则

 

第一条 为全面贯彻执行党和国家的教育方针,维护学校正常的教育教学秩序和生活秩序,保障学生合法权益,培养德智体美劳全面发展的社会主义建设者和接班人,根据《中华人民共和国高等教育法》《普通高等学校学生管理规定》(教育部令第 41 号)、《高等学校学生行为准则》《华南理工大学章程》等有关文件精神,结合学校实际,特制定本规定。

第二条 本规定适用于在华南理工大学接受普通高等学历教育的本科生和研究生。其他类型学生的违纪行为,学校有专门规定的,按专门规定执行;学校没有专门规定的,可参照本规定执行。

第三条  对有违反国家宪法、法律、法规、学校章程、规章制度和纪律的学生,学校根据情节性质、过错严重程度、认错态度、悔改表现等,给予批评教育或纪律处分。触犯刑法的,送交公安机关或司法机关处理。

纪律处分有如下五种:

(一)警告;

(二)严重警告;

(三)记过;

(四)留校察看;

(五)开除学籍。

第四条  给予学生警告和严重警告处分,处分期限为6 个月; 给予学生记过处分,处分期限为9 个月;给予学生留校察看处分,

处分期限为 12 个月。

第五条  违纪者有下列情形之一的,可参照有关条款,从重或者加重处分:

(一)不听从教师或工作人员劝阻而继续哄闹;

(二)拒不承认错误,态度恶劣;

(三)互相串供,隐瞒真相,诬陷他人;

(四)对有关人员打击报复、威胁恫吓;

(五)贿赂违纪处理人员或以其他方式干扰违纪处理工作;

(六)作为集体违纪事件组织策划者;

(七)无故不按期赔偿、退赃者;

(八)在本校已受过处分或有违纪行为,再次违纪;

(九)其它应从重或加重处分的情形。

第六条  屡次违纪者:

(一)受学校通报批评2 次或学院通报批评3 次者,给予警告或严重警告处分;

(二)受处分后仍有违纪被学校或学院通报批评者,每次加重一级处分;

(三)受处分累计达3 次者,给予留校察看或开除学籍处分。

第七条  数项违纪行为者:

处分决定作出前,违纪学生有 2 个以上需要给予处分的行为的,应当分别确定相应的处分。分别确定的处分种类相同的,合并的处分为该处分;分别确定的处分种类不同的,合并的处分为其中最重的处分。情节特别严重的,在前款确定的处分基础上加重一档处分,直至开除学籍处分。

第八条  违纪者有以下情形之一的,可从轻、减轻或免于处分:

(一)能主动如实交待错误事实,认错态度好,真诚悔改,有减少或消除损害后果的行为;

(二)揭发他人的违纪行为,或提供重要线索等有立功表现, 经查证属实的;

(三)其它可从轻、减轻或免于处分的情形。

第九条  给予学生处分,应当坚持教育与惩戒相结合,与学生违法、违纪行为的性质和过错的严重程度相适应。对学生的处分, 应当做到证据充分、依据明确、定性准确、程序正当、处分适当。

第二章违纪行为及处分

第十条  违反宪法、反对四项基本原则、破坏安定团结、扰乱社会秩序、危害国家安全与统一的,给予相应处分:

(一)非法集会、游行、示威、罢课等,对策划者、组织者给

予开除学籍处分;对骨干分子,视情节轻重,给予留校察看或开除学籍处分;

(二)公开发表反对四项基本原则、党的方针和政策,分裂祖国、破坏祖国统一的文章、演说、宣言、声明等,经教育仍坚持不改者,给予开除学籍处分;

(三)制作、印刷、书写、张贴、散发有损安定团结的标语、传单、大小字报、图片等信息者,视情节轻重,给予严重警告直至开除学籍处分;

(四)制造或散布谣言煽动群众,制造混乱,视情节轻重,给予严重警告直至开除学籍处分。

第十一条    触犯法律、法规的,给予相应的处分:

(一)构成刑事犯罪,并受到刑事处罚者,给予开除学籍处分;

(二)被立案侦查,犯罪事实清楚,但免予起诉者,或构成刑事犯罪,但免于刑事处罚者,给予留校察看或开除学籍处分;

(三)被处以行政拘留,拘留期在5 天以下(不含5 )者,给

予记过或留校察看处分;拘留期在 5 天(含 5 天)至 10 天(不含

10 天)者,给予留校察看处分;拘留期在 10 天(含 10 天)以上

15 天(含 15 天)以下者,给予留校察看或开除学籍处分;拘留期

 15 天以上(不含 15 天)者,给予开除学籍处分;

(三)被处以治安警告者,视情节轻重,给予记过直至开除学籍处分;

(四)被处以治安罚款者,视情节轻重,给予警告直至开除学

籍处分。

第十二条 泄露国家秘密、学校科技成果或技术秘密,视情节轻重,给予记过直至开除学籍处分。

第十三条    组织、参加非法组织和活动:

(一)组织、成立、加入非法社会团体,从事非法活动,出版非法刊物,给予警告直至开除学籍处分;

(二)违反学生团体管理的有关规定,组织成立未经批准的学生团体并开展活动,出版刊物,或以合法学生团体的名义开展非法活动,或有违反学生团体管理规定并造成危害后果者,给予警告直至开除学籍处分;

(三)在学校组织或非法参加宗教活动,不听劝阻者,给予警告直至开除学籍处分;

(四)在学校组织或参加邪教迷信、非法传销活动者,给予警告直至开除学籍处分。

第十四条 违反国家、地方和学校关于互联网使用的有关规定:

(一)未经允许进入计算机信息网络或使用计算机信息网络资源者,视情节轻重,给予警告直至开除学籍处分;

(二)未经允许对计算机网络系统功能或存储、处理、传输的数据和应用程序进行删除、修改、添加、干扰者,视情节轻重,给予警告直至开除学籍处分;

(三)故意制作、传播计算机病毒等破坏性程序,影响计算机

系统正常运作者,视情节轻重,给予警告直至开除学籍处分;

(四)滥用计算机网络资源,影响计算机系统正常运作,或侵犯他人的通讯自由、通讯秘密或其他合法权益者,视情节轻重,给予警告直至开除学籍处分;

(五)未经批准擅自连接计算机网络集线器、交换机、双头网络线,经教育仍不改者,给予警告直至留校察看处分;

(六)未经允许擅自改动、迁移、侵占、盗窃、损毁通信设施

(包含无线 AP,光纤,交换机等)者,视情节轻重,给予警告直至留校察看处分;

(七)登录非法网站,制作、复制、查阅、传播非法、内容者, 视情节轻重,给予警告直至开除学籍处分;

(八)在互联网上散布谣言,煽动闹事,制造混乱,破坏正常的教学、生活秩序者,视情节轻重,给予警告直至开除学籍处分;

(九)在互联网上发表、转发有关学校的不实言论,被大量关注并造成恶劣影响者,给予警告直至留校察看处分;

(十)未经允许擅自动用他人计算机或电子设备,侵犯他人隐私或存储他人文件资料者,视情节轻重,给予警告、严重警告或记过处分;造成恶劣影响或严重后果者,给予记过或留校察看处分;

(十一)有其他违反国家、地方和学校关于互联网使用有关法律法规、规章规定的行为者,视情节轻重,给予警告直至开除学籍处分。

第十五条    损坏公私财物者,除赔偿损失外,应给予下列处分:

(一)过失损坏公私财物,造成严重后果者,视情节轻重,给予警告以上处分;

(二)故意损坏公私财物,视情节轻重,给予记过以上处分。

第十六条    以各种手段非法侵占公私财物者(物品价值按当时市场价计),除追回赃款赃物或按价赔偿外,给予下列处分:

(一)偷盗、骗取、冒领公私财物价值不足 2000 元者,视情节轻重,给予警告以上处分;

(二)偷盗、骗取、冒领公私财物价值在 2000 元以上者,视情节轻重,给予留校察看以上处分;

(三)经公安机关或保卫部门确认为具有非法侵占公私财物行为者,虽未获得财物,视情节轻重,给予记过以上处分;

(四)为作案者提供信息、作案工具或明知是赃款、赃物而参与分赃或予以窝藏、转移、购买、销售者,视情节轻重,给予警告以上处分;

(五)非法占有遗失物或他人财物,经教育不改者,视情节轻重,给予警告以上处分;

(六)抢夺、哄抢、敲诈勒索公私财物者,视情节轻重,给予留校察看以上处分;

以上行为构成刑事犯罪的,给予开除学籍处分。

第十七条    走私、贩私者,视情节轻重,给予警告直至留校察看处分;构成刑事犯罪的,给予开除学籍处分。

第十八条    投放有毒、有害物质,或以其他方式蓄意伤害他人

身体者,视其情节轻重,给予留校察看或开除学籍处分。

第十九条    种植、制造、运输、买卖、吸食、注射毒品,或引诱、教唆、容留他人吸食、注射毒品者,给予开除学籍处分。

第二十条    危害公共安全,破坏、损毁公共交通标志、交通设施、电力燃气设备、安全设施或以其他危险方式破坏工厂、矿场、油田、水源、森林、农场、公共建筑物或其他公私财物者,视情节轻重,给予警告直至开除学籍处分。

第二十一条  违反学校规定,影响学校教育教学秩序、生活秩序以及公共场所管理秩序,侵害其他个人、组织合法权益者:

(一)在学生宿舍、课室内及周围或公共场所哄闹,不听从劝阻者,给予警告直至留校察看处分;

(二)破坏学校公共设施,视其情节轻重,给予警告直至开除学籍处分;

(三)未经批准,在学生宿舍内留宿他人,私自调换和占用床位、出租床位或将床位转让他人,给予警告或严重警告处分,造成严重后果者,视其情节轻重,给予记过至留校察看处分;

(四)携带易燃、易爆、剧毒、放射等危险物品进入学生宿舍或在学生宿舍存放上述物品,在学生宿舍存放或使用刀身长度超过

120mm、宽度超过 25mm 的刀具等易伤及他人的危险物品,存放或使用煤气炉等炉具、违章电器,在学生宿舍吸烟、生火、点蜡烛、燃烧物品者,视其情节轻重,给予警告或严重警告处分;造成火警、火灾、中毒、污染或人身危害等后果者,给予记过直至开除学籍处

分。有关违章电器的界定范围按《华南理工大学学生宿舍管理规定》执行;

(五)未经批准,在学生宿舍乱拉乱接电线、网线,在宿舍私装空调等,经教育仍不改者,给予警告或严重警告处分;造成火警、火灾者,给予记过直至开除学籍处分;

(六)在宿舍烧煮、烹饪等,经教育仍不改者,给予警告或严重警告处分;造成火警、火灾等严重后果者,给予记过直至开除学籍处分;

(七)故意破坏宿舍供电、供水、供冷等设施,盗用公用电源等,私自挪用、损坏消防器材、堵塞消防通道等,视造成的损失程度,给予警告直至留校察看处分;

(八)未经批准,在学生宿舍进行推销等商业活动,经教育仍不改者,给予警告直至留校察看处分;

(九)违反住宿管理规定,从事影响他人正常学习和生活的活动,经教育仍不改者,给予警告直至留校察看处分;

(十)晚归晚出不听劝告、不服从管理者或无正当理由晚归晚出3 次以上(含3 次)者,给予警告直至留校察看处分;

(十一)因事夜不归宿者,需向学院请假登记备案。不履行请假手续而夜不归宿者,给予警告处分;

(十二)超过宿舍门禁时间未归宿,仍出入酒吧、歌舞厅等经营性娱乐场所或在外饮酒等其他有损大学生形象的行为者,给予警告或严重警告处分;夜不归宿在外酗酒滋事,造成不良影响者,视其轻重程度,给予记过直至开除学籍处分;

(十三)未经允许擅闯学生宿舍,不听劝阻者,给予警告或严重警告处分;

(十四)未经学校批准,擅自在校内外租房住宿者,给予警告或严重警告处分,屡教不改者,给予记过直至开除学籍处分;

(十五)将宿舍门禁卡转借他人,协助陌生人进入宿舍,将宿舍钥匙转借他人,私自换锁或者另加门锁等行为,不听劝阻和教育者,给予警告或严重警告处分;上述行为造成严重后果者,给予记过或留校察看处分;

(十六)攀爬(阳台、窗)进入宿舍者,给予严重警告或记过处分;

(十七)在宿舍内饲养猫、狗、鸟、鼠、兔、蜥蜴等宠物,或将动物携带进入宿舍楼内,经教育和劝阻无效者,给予警告或严重警告处分;

(十八)有关学生宿舍的管理,参照《华南理工大学学生宿舍管理规定》执行,违反《华南理工大学学生宿舍管理规定》其他相关规定,视情节轻重,给予相应处分。

(十九)违反交通管理条例的,视情节轻重,给予严重警告直至开除学籍处分。

(二十)违反有关校园安全管理规定,拒不配合学校保卫部门开展出入校登记、身份查验、“五类车”查扣、临时交通管制等相关工作,不听劝阻者,给予警告直至记过处分;

(二十一)故意盗刷他人一卡通、故意盗取、调包他人快递或外卖等虽无法被公安机关采取强制措施却明显失德的行为,给予警告直至留校察看处分;

第二十二条  参与赌博的,视情节轻重,给予记过直至开除学籍处分。在校内打麻将作赌博论处。

第二十三条  打架斗殴者:

(一)肇事者(不守纪律、不听劝阻、用语言挑逗、用各种方式触及他人):

1.未动手打人,但造成打架后果者,给予警告或严重警告处分;

2.动手打人未致伤者,给予记过处分;

3.打人致轻微伤或轻伤者,给予留校察看或开除学籍处分;

4.打人致重伤者,给予开除学籍处分;

5.对证人报复、威胁或殴打者,视情节轻重,给予留校察看或开除学籍处分;

6.因教师或工作人员批评而动手打人者,给予留校察看或开除学籍处分。

(二)策划者:

1.煽动策划他人打架者,视情节轻重,给予记过直至开除学籍处分;

2.引入校外人员到校打架肇事者,一律给予开除学籍处分。

(三)参与打架斗殴者

1.打人未致伤者,给予警告或严重警告处分;

2.打人致轻微伤或轻伤者,视情节轻重,给予记过直至开除学籍处分;

3.打人致重伤者,给予开除学籍处分;

4.聚众斗殴者,视情节轻重,给予留校察看或开除学籍处分。

(四)其他参与者:

以劝架为名,偏袒一方,促使斗殴事态扩大,产生后果者,给予严重警告直至留校察看处分;后果严重者,给予开除学籍处分。

(五)为他人提供凶器者:

1.未造成后果者,给予记过处分;

2.造成后果者,给予留校察看或开除学籍处分;

3.造成后果严重者,给予开除学籍处分。

(六)持械打人者,视情节轻重,给予留校察看或开除学籍处分。

(七)受公安机关或司法部门处罚者,给予开除学籍处分。

第二十四条 故意为他人作伪证,或帮助违法违纪者毁灭证据,给调查制造困难,造成后果者,给予严重警告或记过处分;后果严重者,给予留校察看或开除学籍处分。

第二十五条 以暴力、威胁、贿买等方式阻止证人作证或指使他人作伪证,给予警告直至记过处分,情节严重者,给予留校察看或开除学籍处分。

第二十六条  明知是违法违纪行为或人员而知情不报,或包庇、提供隐藏场所、财物,使事态扩大或给调查制造困难,造成后果者,给予警告或严重警告处分;后果严重者,给予留校察看或开除学籍处分。

第二十七条  捏造事实诬告、陷害、诽谤、侮辱他人者,视情节轻重,给予警告直至开除学籍处分。

第二十八条  考试作弊、剽窃、抄袭他人研究成果或有其他违反学术道德规范行为的,视情节轻重,给予警告直至开除学籍处分。有下列行为之一者,给予开除学籍处分:

(一)代替他人或者让他人代替自己参加考试、组织作弊、使用通讯设备或其他器材作弊、向他人出售考试试题或答案牟取利益,以及其他有严重作弊或扰乱考试秩序行为的;

(二)学位论文、公开发表的研究成果存在抄袭、纂改、伪造等学术不端行为,情节严重的,或者代写论文、买卖论文的;

其他有关考试作弊和学术不端行为按照《华南理工大学全日制本科生考试违纪处理办法》《华南理工大学学生学术不端行为处理办法》等有关规定,视情节轻重给予相应处分。

第二十九条  在评奖评优、推荐免试攻读研究生、就业求职等过程中,违反诚信原则,或违反学校相关管理规定,视情节轻重, 给予警告直至留校察看处分。

第三十条    违反实验、实习操作规程,给国家、学校财产造成较大损失者,给予警告直至开除学籍处分。

第三十一条  涂改、撕毁正在发生效力的文告,视情节轻重,给予警告直至留校察看处分。

第三十二条  从事或者参与有损大学生形象、有损社会公德的活动者:

(一)酗酒肇事者,情节较轻的,给予警告至严重警告处分; 情节恶劣或屡教不改的,给予记过至留校察看处分;

(二)观看、传播、复制、贩卖淫秽书刊、影片、音像、图片、网站或其他淫秽物品、非法书籍报刊的,视其情节轻重,给予警告直至开除学籍处分;

(三)在校园公共场所,行为不得体、不文明,经教育不改, 或造成恶劣影响的,给予警告直至留校察看处分;

(四)骚扰、调戏、侮辱、猥亵异性或其他活动者,给予记过直至开除学籍处分;

(五)非法同居或同宿者,视社会影响恶劣程度,给予记过直至开除学籍处分;

(六)发生婚外性行为,造成不良影响者,视其情节轻重,给予记过直至开除学籍处分;

(七)在集体宿舍留宿异性,或在异性集体宿舍留宿者,给予记过直至开除学籍处分;

(九)嫖娼、卖淫或介绍、收容嫖娼、卖淫者,给予开除学籍处分;

(十)破坏他人婚姻、家庭或以恋爱为名玩弄异性,造成恶劣影响者,给予开除学籍处分。

第三十三条 未经批准不参加学校规定的教学活动者,视为旷课,旷课学时以考勤记录为准。无故旷课者:

(一)一学期内旷课累计学时达到 10-19(含 19)学时者,给予警告处分;

(二)一学期内旷课累计学时达到 20-29(含 29)学时者,给予严重警告处分;

(三)一学期内旷课累计学时达到 30-39(含 39)学时者,给予记过处分;

(四)一学期内旷课累计学时达到 40-49(含 49)学时者,给予留校察看处分;

(五)一学期内旷课累计学时达到 50 学时及以上者,给予开除学籍处分。

第三十四条 对于在无学校规定的教学活动期间,未请假或请假未批准而擅自离校的学生,累计天数达到7 日以上(含7 日)14

日以下(含 14 日)的给予警告或严重警告处分;15 日以上(含 15

日)的给予记过或留校察看处分;超过一个月的给予开除学籍处分。

第三十五条 对违反国家计划生育法律法规和学校计划生育规定,政策外生育(如非婚生育、超生)的学生,按《广东省人口与计划生育条例》规定和学校有关规定给予记过或留校察看处分。

第三十六条 应届毕业生逾期不离校,未经批准擅自留宿学生宿舍者,给予记过处分;在离校前有其他违纪行为者,参照有关条款,给予警告直至取消毕业生资格按退学处理。

第三十七条  其他违反《普通高等学校学生管理规定》《高等学校学生行为准则》和学校规定者,给予下列处分:

(一)伪造证件、证明或成绩单,假冒他人签名,盗用印章, 提供虚假材料者,视情节轻重,给予警告以上处分;

(二)转借学生证、医疗证、图书证、一卡通等有效证件,造成不良后果者,视情节轻重,给予警告以上处分;

(三)拒绝、阻碍国家工作人员、学校管理人员依法或依校规校纪执行公务者,视情节轻重,给予警告以上处分;

(四)隐匿、毁弃或私拆他人信件,造成不良影响或损失者, 除赔偿损失外,视情节轻重,给予警告以上处分;

(五)通过不正常手段获取国家、学校或他人工作机密或不予公开的工作资料者,视情节轻重,给予警告以上处分;

(六)扰乱公共场所秩序,经教育不改者,视情节轻重,给予警告以上处分。

第三十八条 本规定没有列举的其他违纪行为,而确需要给予处分的,可参照华南理工大学有关学生管理的规章制度,由学校相关职能部门鉴定,给予相应处分。

第三章 处分程序及学生权益

第三十九条处分权限和程序:

(一)处分权限

给予学生警告、严重警告处分,一般由学院查证并研究作出决定,报学校相关部门备案;给予学生记过及记过以上处分由学院查证并提出初步处理意见后上报学校,由学生工作部(处)、教务处、研究生院、保卫部(处)等部门及学生所在学院共同讨论。记过、留校察看处分报主管校领导批准,开除学籍处分报校长办公会或者校长授权的专门会议研究决定,并报学校学生申诉处理委员会备案。

(二)处分程序

1.违纪调查取证。学校相关部门或学院在其管辖范围内发现学生有违纪行为,应及时调查,必要时报请公安机关调查取证,学院应配合相关部门同违纪学生进行谈话,做好违纪学生的批评教育工作;

2.提出初步处理意见。学校相关部门或学院在调查的基础上, 依据学生管理规定相关条款提出处理建议;

3.听取学生陈述和申辩。学校相关部门或学院在对学生作出处分前,应当告知学生作出决定的事实、理由及依据,并告知学生享有陈述和申辩的权利,听取学生的陈述和申辩;

4.作出处分决定。学校或学院应当事先进行合法性审查,综合评议后作出处分决定。对事实清楚的违纪事件,有关学院应在收到材料或接到通知后 30 日内,做出处分决定或提出处理意见。学院在处理学生违纪事件时量度不当或未按规定处理时,学校可责成该学院重新审议。

学校对学生作出处分,应当出具处分决定书。处分决定书应当包括下列内容:

1)学生基本信息;

2)作出处分的事实和证据;

3)处分的种类、依据、期限;

4)申诉的途径和期限;

5)其他必要内容。

违纪事件涉及不同学院的学生时,由学校有关部门负责与有关学院协调处理。在特殊情况下,学校有权对违纪者直接进行处理。

5.公布处分决定。学校处分文件视情况在学校一定范围内公布,并由学生所在学院通知学生家长,对涉及个人隐私、国家秘密等情况的处分决定由学校决定是否公布。

6.送达处分决定书。学校处分文件由违纪学生所在学院通知学生本人签收文件,同时做好思想教育工作。学生拒绝签收的,以留置方式送达;已离校的,采取邮寄方式送达;难于联系的,学校利用网站等途径发布通告,自发布通告之日起满 15 日,即视为送达。

第四十条    处分解除

(一)处分期内学生表现良好,未再发生违纪行为的,处分期满后可按学校规定程序予以解除;

(二)处分期内学生有突出优秀表现的,由本人申请,经所在院系提交考察报告及处理建议,报学生工作部(处)批准,可以提前解除处分,但从给予处分到解除处分的时间不得少于6 个月;

(三)学生受违纪处分,在毕业前未解除处分的,受警告或严重警告处分者可正常申请毕业和授予学位;受记过或留校察看处分者待处分解除后,方可申请毕业和授予学位;

(四)解除处分决定应由学生本人提出申请,经所在院系提交处分期考察报告及处理建议,报学校审批,由原作出处分决定的机构作出解除决定并发文;

(五)解除处分的权限、报批程序与处分的权限、报批程序相同。

第四十一条 受处分学生,在处分期限内将取消其当学年度各类奖学金的评定、“三好学生”“优秀学生干部”等荣誉称号评选以及推免保研、硕博、直博等资格。解除处分后,学生获得表彰、奖励及其他权益,不再受原处分的影响。

第四十二条 处分及解除处分材料归档备案。对学生的处分及解除处分材料应真实完整地归入学校、学院文书档案和受处分学生本人档案,开除学籍的处分决定书报广东省教育行政部门备案。

第四十三条 维护学生合法权益,保障学生享有申诉的权利和机会:

(一)学生对学校的处分决定有异议的,可以在接到学校处分决定书之日起 10 日内,向学校学生申诉处理委员会提出书面申诉;

(二)学校学生申诉处理委员会对学生提出的申诉进行复查, 并在接到书面申诉之日起 15 日内作出复查结论并告知申诉人。情况复杂不能在规定限期内作出结论的,经学校负责人批准,可延长

15 日。学校学生申诉处理委员会认为必要的,可以建议学校暂缓执行有关决定。

学校学生申诉处理委员会经复查,认为做出处理或者处分的事实、依据、程序等存在不当,可以作出建议撤销或变更的复查意见, 要求相关职能部门予以研究,重新提交校长办公会议或者专门会议作出决定。

(三)学生对复查决定有异议的,在接到学校复查决定书之日起 15 日内,可以向广东省教育行政部门提出书面申诉。

(四)自处分或者复查决定书送达之日起,学生在申诉期内未提出申诉的视为放弃申诉,学校不再受理其提出的申诉;

处分或者复查决定书未告知学生申诉期限的,申诉期限自学生知道或者应当知道处理或者处分决定之日起计算,但最长不得超过

6 个月;

(五)学生认为学校及其工作人员违反本规定,侵害其合法权益的,可以向广东省教育行政部门投诉;

(六)有关申诉的其他未尽事宜按《华南理工大学学生申诉处理办法》相关规定处理。

第四十四条 受处分的学生,其学位、学籍、档案、户口等按学校有关制度执行。被开除学籍的学生,须在处分决定做出后 2 周内办理离校手续。

 

第四章附 则

 

第四十五条  本规定由学校负责解释,具体工作由学生工作部(处)承担。

第四十六条  本规定自 2019  9  1 日起施行,原《华南理工大学学生违纪处分规定》(华南工学〔201813 号)同时废止。


Statements on Rules on the Discipline of International Students at South China University of Technology

Rules on the Discipline of International Students (including degree and non-degree students) of SCUT shall be implemented in accordance with Rules on the Discipline of Students at South China University of Technology, combined with Regulations for Language Studies in the School of International Education at SCUT, the Regulations for Full-Time International Undergraduate Students at South China University of Technology and Regulations for Postgraduate International Students at SCUT. School of International Education is responsible for interpretation of those provisions which do not apply to international students and are inconsistent with regulations of School of International Education.

In case of the dispute, the Chinese version of Rules on the Discipline of Students at South China University of Technology shall prevail while the English version is only for reference.

Rules on the Discipline of Students at South China University of Technology

 

Chapter One General Provisions

 

1. In order to fully implement the party and the country’s educational policy, maintain the normal education and teaching order and life order of the school, protect the lawful rights and interests of students, and cultivate socialist builders and successors with comprehensive development of morality, intelligence, physics, art, and labor, this regulation is formulated based on the actual situation of our school in accordance with Education Law of People’s Republic of China,the Regulations on the Management of Students in Regular Higher Education Institutions (Order No. 41 of the Ministry of Education) , Students’ Code of Conduct of College Students and Constitutions of South China University of Technology.

 

2. This regulation applies to all degree students at South China University of Technology (hereinafter referred to as SCUT), including bachelor students, master students and PhD students. Other types of students who break regulations should be given punishments based on the corresponding regulations. If there is no corresponding regulations, they should be given punishments based on this rules.

 

    3. For students who violate Constitutions, Chinese laws and regulations, rules and regulations of the South China University of Technology, the school will give criticism or disciplinary action according to the nature of the plot, the severity of the fault, the attitude of students, how students repent and mend his way and so on. Those who violate the criminal law shall be sent to the public security organs or the judicial office.

There are four types of disciplinary actions:

(1) Warning;

(2) Serious warning;

(3) Noting of breach of discipline on record

(4) Suspension;

(5) Expulsion from School;

 

4. The duration of warning and serious warning is 6 months; The duration of noting of breach of discipline on record is 9 months; The duration of the suspension is 12 months.

 

5. Students who violate rules in conjunction with the following conditions will be subject to a disciplinary measure one level more severe:

a.        Flagrant disregard the advice of supervising personnel;

b.        Refusing to admit one’s mistake or maintaining a poor attitude following the breach of discipline;

c.        Complicity with other suspects, hiding the truth or framing others;

d.        Taking revenge on or threatening others;

e.        Bribing others or interfering teacher’s work in any other ways;

f.         Organizing and planning collective activities that are illegal or violates school’s regulations.

g.        Do not compensate or refund intentionally.

h.        Having been punished, one still break the school regulations.

i.         Other conditions where students should be given punishment or serious punishment.

6. For repeated violators of discipline:

a.         Those who have been reprimanded twice by the university or three times by the School of International Education (hereinafter referred to as SIE) will be given a warning or serious warning;

b.         Those who have been given warnings and receive additional reprimands from the university or SIE will be given a punishment one level more severe for each additional infraction;

c.         Those who have received an accumulated total of three times of punishment will be suspended or expelled.

7. For students who have violated multiple rules:

    Students who have violated two or more school rules simultaneously will be disciplined in a manner taking into account the sum of their actions. If the punishments belong to the same type, then one punishment shall be given; if punishments belong to different types, the most serious punishment shall be given; those who have serious violations will receive a punishment from a disciplinary measure one level severe than the final decided punishment to expulsion.

 

8. Violators can be given a lighter punishment, reduction or exemption from punishment.

a. Students who have violated rules but then shown remorse for their errors in an honest and appropriate manner to the School of International Education may be considered for a reduction or exemption from punishment.

b. Students who have violated rules but cooperate in reporting or providing important information on other violators may be considered for a reduction or exemption from punishment.

c. Other conditions under which students can be given a lighter punishment, reduction or exemption from punishment.

 

9. The punishment given to students must be educational as well as appropriate to the students’ illegal and disciplinary actions and severity of students’ faults. In addition, we should have sufficient evidence, clear basis, accurate decisions, justified procedure and appropriate punishment.

 

 

Chapter Two  Discipline Violations and the Corresponding Punishments

 

10. Those who disobey the Constitutions, reject the Four Cardinal Principles, undermine Chinese stability and unity, disrupt social order and threat national security and unity shall be given the corresponding punishment:

a. Those who plot or organize unlawful assemblies, processions, demonstrations, or protests will be expelled, and participants in such events shall be suspended or expelled, depending on the case.

b. Those who issue articles, speeches, declarations, or manifestos which oppose the Four Cardinal Principles and Communist Party’s policies, split China or undermine Chinese unification and solidarity will be expelled, if they persist in their refusal to correct after being reprimanded.

c. Those who make, write, post, or distribute materials such as buttons, leaflets, posters, or pictures which go against Chinese interests shall be given punishments ranging from serious warning to expulsion, depending on the case.

d. Those who formulate or spread hearsay which is considered a disturbance to social order shall be given punishments ranging from serious warning to expulsion, depending on the case.

 

11. For students who break laws and regulations:

a.        Those convicted as criminals and given criminal punishments shall be expelled regardless of the case;

b.        Those who have been filed for investigation because of the clear crime facts, but are exempt from prosecution, or constitute a criminal offence, but are exempt from criminal punishment, shall be subject to suspension or expulsion from school.

c.        For those who are sentenced to administrative detention, if the detention period is less than 5 days (excluding 5 days), they will be given noting of breach of discipline on record or suspension. Those with a detention period from 5 days (including 5 days) to 10 days (excluding 10 days), they will be given suspension. Those with a detention period of more than 10 days (including 10 days) but less than 15 days (including 15 days) will be subject to suspension or expulsion; those with a detention period of more than 15 days (excluding 15 days) will be expelled.

d.        Those who receive official warnings from legal authorities shall receive punishments ranging from noting of breach of discipline on record to suspension, depending on the case.

e.        Those who are fined by policeman shall receive punishments ranging from warning to expulsion, depending on the case.

12. Those who expose national secrets of China or SCUT’s scientific and technological achievements or secrets will receive punishments ranging from noting of breach of discipline on record to expulsion, depending on the case.

 

13. For students who organize or participate in illegal organizations or activities:

a.        Those who organize, form, or join illegal social groups, get engaged in illegal activities, or publish illegal materials will be given punishments ranging from warning to expulsion.

b.        Those who disobey the rules regarding formation of student groups, organize and take part in unauthorized student groups, publish illegal materials or carry out illegal activities in the name of legitimate student groups, or cause harm due to negligence of the rules regarding student groups will receive punishments ranging from warning to expulsion.

c.        Those who organize or participate in religious propagation or other religious activities in disaccord with Chinese policy and do not cease after being reprimanded will receive punishments ranging from warning to expulsion.

d.        Those who organize or participate in cults or illegal multi-level marketing schemes will receive punishments ranging from warning to expulsion.

14. For students who violate rules regarding computerized information systems of China or SCUT:

a. Those who enter computer networks or use network resources without permission will be given punishments ranging from warning to expulsion, depending on the case.

b. Those who delete, modify, append, or interfere with computer functions, stored, processed or transmitted computer data, or applied procedures will receive punishments ranging from warning to expulsion, depending on the case.

c. Those who intentionally produce and spread computer viruses to interfere with the normal functions of computers will receive punishments ranging from warning to expulsion, depending on the case.

d. Those who misuse computer networks in order to disturb the normal function of computers, invade the privacy of others, access restricted information, or otherwise behave deceitfully will be given a punishment ranging from warning to expulsion, depending on the case.

e. Those who manipulate modems, switches, or wires to obtain network connections without permission and do not resolve the problem after being reprimanded will receive punishments ranging from warning to suspension.

f. Those who alters, moves, seizes, steals, or damages communication facilities (including wireless APs, optical fibers, switches, etc.) will be given punishments ranging from warning to suspension, depending on situation.

g. Those who log in to illegal websites to make, copy, read, or disseminate illegal content, will be given punishments ranging from warning to expulsion, depending on the situation.

h. Those who transmit hearsay through computer networks considered to be a disturbance to the normal teaching or social order or send out spam or pornographic materials will be punished ranging from serious warning to expulsion, depending on the case.

i. Those who publish or forward untrue statements about the school online and attract a lot of attention, which cause bad influence, shall be given punishments ranging from warning to serious warning.

j. Those who use other students’ computer or electronic devices without permission from the owners to infringe on other students’ privacy and steal their files will receive punishments ranging from warning to suspension, depending on the case. Those who cause any adverse affects or serious consequences will be given noting of breach of discipline on record or suspension.

k. Those in violation of national, regional or SCUT’s rules and regulations about the internet will receive punishments ranging from warnings to expulsion.

 

15. Those who destroy public or private property will be given the following punishment, in addition to compensating for losses:

a. Those who destroy public or private property because of his negligence and bring serious consequences will receive a warning or more serious punishments, depending on the case.

b. Those who deliberately destroy public and private property will receive a a noting of breach of discipline on record or more serious punishments, depending on the case.

 

16. In addition to recover stolen money and goods or compensation at price, those who illegally encroach on public and private properties (item valued at current market price) by various means shall be given the following punishments:

a. Those who steal, defraud, or take public or private property with a value of less than 2000 yuan will receive a warning or more serious punishments, depending on the case;

b. Those who steal, defraud, or take public or private property with a value of more than 2000 yuan will receive suspension or more serious punishments, depending on the case;

c. Those who have been confirmed by the public security organs or the security departments to illegally encroach on public and private property, will receive a noting of breach of discipline on record or more serious punishments, depending on the case, although they have not obtained the property;

d. Those who provide information and tools for criminal purposes, or participate in the distribution of stolen goods or harbor, transfer, purchase and sell stolen goods, will receive a warning or more serious punishments, depending on the case.

e. Those who illegally possess lost property or another person’s property but would not like to change, although education has been given, will receive a warning or more serious punishments, depending on the case.

f. Those who rob, loot or extort public and private property will receive the suspension or more serious punishments, depending on the case.

If the above acts constitute a criminal offence, the student will be expelled.

 

17. Students involved in smuggling or trafficking goods shall be punished ranging from warning to suspension, depending on the case. If the actions constitute criminal offenses, the student shall be expelled.

 

       18. Students who deliberately harm others with toxic substances or other similar means shall be suspended or expelled, depending on the case.

 

19. Students who grow, make, transport, sell, or use drugs or other illicit substances, or encourage others to use drugs, shall be expelled.

 

20. Students who participate in the impairment of the public welfare through acts such as vandalism or damage to public traffic signs, transportation systems, electricity and gas mechanisms, or other public safety provisions, or by tampering with facilities in factories, mines, oil fields, bodies of water, forests, farms, public buildings, or other public or private properties shall be punished ranging from warning to expulsion, depending on the case.

 

21. For students who disobey school regulations, disturb the public order in schools, residences, or public places, or infringe upon the rights of other individuals or groups:

a. Those who cause commotion or make trouble in dormitories, classrooms, or public areas and disregard the discouragement of others will receive punishments ranging from warning to suspension.

b. Those who damage public facilities in schools will receive punishments ranging from warning to expulsion, depending on the case.

c. Those who accommodate unauthorized persons in the dormitory, privately change or occupy the beds, rent beds or transfer beds to others shall be given a warning or serious warning. Those who cause serious consequences will be given punishments, ranging from noting of breach of discipline on record to suspension.

d. Those who bring flammable, explosive, toxic, radioactive, or other dangerous items into the dormitory or keep those in the dorm, keep or use dangerous stuffs easy to hurt others including knives with a length of more than 120mm and a width of more than 25mm, use gas stoves or unapproved electrical devices in the dorm, or burn candles or other materials in the dorm will be given a warning or serious warning, depending on the case. Those who set off fire alarms, start fires, contaminate food or water supplies, or cause personal harm will receive punishments ranging from noting of breach of discipline on record to expulsion.

e. Those who reroute electrical wires without permission and do not resolve the problem after being reprimanded will receive a warning or serious warning. Those who set off fire alarms or start fires will be given punishments ranging from the serious warning to expulsion.

f. Those who cook in places except the public kitchen in the dorm and refuse to mend their way despite repeated education shall be given warning or serious warning. Those who cause serious consequences, such as fire, will be given punishments ranging from suspension to expulsion.

g. Those who intentionally break the equipment including electricity, water and cold supply facilities, embezzle electricity, appropriate or break the fire-fighting equipment, and block the fire-fighting passages, will be given punishments ranging from warning to suspension, depending on the degree of loss.

h.Those involved in marketing or other commercial activities and do not resolve the problem after being reprimanded will be given punishments ranging from warning to suspension.

i. Those who disobey dormitory rules and engage in activities which interfere with the studies or rest of other students and do not resolve the problem after being reprimanded will be given punishments ranging from warning to suspension.

j.Those who disregard the instruction of supervising personnel regarding going out of or coming back to the dorm at a very late time and those who come in and out late more than three times without appropriate reasons, shall be given punishments ranging from warning to suspension.

k.Those who can not come back to the dorm at night should ask for a leave from SIE. Those who do not finish leaving application procedures and do not come back to the dorm at night should be given a warning.

l.Those who do not come back to the dorm at the required time but conduct activities damaging the image of the students, like going to bars, dance halls or other commercial enterntainmemnt places or drinking outside will be given a warning or serious warning. Those who do not come back to the dorm at night and cause trouble because of drink , will be given punishments ranging from suspension to expulsion, depending on the case.

m. Those who improperly or forcibly enter the dormitory and disregard the discouragement of others in doing so will be given a warning or serious warning.

n. Those who help others living outside of dorm to enter the dorm by lending them entrance security cards, change the key to the door or add keys will be given a warning or serious warning, if they disregard the instruction of supervising personnel. Once the above behavior brings serious consequences, he or she will be given a suspension.

o.Those who sneak into the dorm by climbing doors or windows shall be given serious  warning or suspension.

p. Those who keep pets in the dorm or bring pets into the dorm, like cats, dogs, birds, mice, rabbits and lizards, will be given warning or serious warning, if they disregard the instructions of supervising personnel .

q. The management of the dorm shall refer to the Regulations of the International Students’ Dormitory of the School of International Education”. Those who violate the relevant regulations, like “Regulations of the International Students’ Dormitory of the School of International Education”, will be given the corresponding punishments, depending on the case.

r. Those who disobey traffic laws will be given punishments ranging from serious warning to expulsion, depending on the case.

s. Those who break the relevant campus management rules, refuse to cooperate with the security guard to finish related works, including registration, indentity inspection, seizure of “five types of vehicles” and temperary traffic control, shall be given punishments ranging from warning to suspension.

t. Those who deliberately swip other students’ campus card, steal or change other students’ express delivery or takeaway, even the public security organs can not take compulsory measures but what they do is obviously unethical, shall be given punishments ranging from warning to suspension.

 

22. All forms of gambling-related activities are prohibited. Those who take part in gambling, including play Mahjong on campus, will be given punishments ranging from noting of breach of discipline on record to expulsion, depending on the case.

 

23. Regarding students who participate in quarrels or fights:

a. For those who instigate conflicts (i.e. disobey discipline, disregard discouragement, verbally assault others, or use other actions to incite conflict):

I. Those who instigate conflicts but take no action physically shall be given a warning or serious warning.

II. Those who start fights but cause no bodily harm shall receive a noting of breach of discipline on record.

III. Those who start fights and causes minor bodily harm shall be suspended or expelled.

IV. Those who start fights and causes major bodily harm shall be expelled.

V. Those who threaten or harm witnesses of a conflict shall be suspended or expelled, depending on the case.

VI. Those who carry out physical action on others due to a teacher’s or staff member’s admonishment shall receive punishments ranging from suspension to expulsion.

b. Planners

1.Those who plot or incite conflict among others shall receive punishments ranging from a noting of breach of discipline on record to expulsion, depending on the case.

II. Those who bring outsiders to fight on campus shall be expelled.

c. For those involved in fights:

I. Those who participate in fighting but cause no bodily harm shall be given a warning or serious warning.

II. Those who participate in fighting and cause minor bodily harm shall be given punishments ranging from a noting of breach of discipline on record to expulsion, depending on the case.

III. Those who participate in fighting and cause serious bodily harm shall be expelled.

IV. Those who participate in brawls shall be suspended or expelled, depending on the case.

d. Other participants:                           

Those who use bias in attempting to intervene with or stop a fight but instigate further fighting or consequences shall receive punishments ranging from serious warning to suspension. If the consequences are serious, students shall be expelled.

e. For those who provide lethal weapons for others:

I. Those who provide weapons but do not cause any serious consequences shall receive a noting of breach of discipline on record.

II. Those who provide weapons and cause consequences shall be suspended or expelled.

III. Those who provide weapons and cause serious consequences shall be expelled.

f. Those involved in armed fighting shall be suspended or expelled, depending on the case.

g. Those who receive punishments from the public security organs or judicial departments shall be expelled.

 

24. Those who falsify accounts of events or help destroy evidence such that it hinders investigation will be given punishments of serious warnings. If such actions result in serious consequences, students will be suspended or expelled.

 

25. Those who threaten, bribe, or use violence as means to cause witnesses not to testify or to testify dishonestly shall be given a warning or serious warning. If such actions result in serious consequences, students shall be suspended or expelled.

 

26. Those who are aware of the improper behavior of others but lie, protect, or hide evidence on behalf of others such that it worsens a situation or hinders investigation shall be given a warning or serious warning. If such actions result in serious consequences, students shall be suspended or expelled.

 

27. Those who insult, slander, or fabricate false charges about others will receive punishments ranging from warning to expulsion, depending on the case.

 

28. Those who cheat in the examinations, plagiarize other researchers’ results or violate the academic ethics shall be given punishments ranging from a warning to expulsion. Those who have one of the following behavior shall be expelled.

a. Take part in examinations on behalf of others or let others attend examinations instead of themselves, organize cheating, use equipment like mobile phones and electronic watches during the final examinations, sell examination questions and answers to others for profit and have other behaviors to disrupt the order of the examinations.

b. Have academic misconduct, such as plagiarism, tampering or forgery in the dissertations or publicly published research papers and provide essay-writing service or conduct a trade of dissertations on behalf of others.

Students with other related cheating in the examinations and academic misconducts should be punished based on Approach to Handle Cheating in Bachelor Students’ Examinations of South China University of Technology and Approach to Handle Academic Misconduct of Students of South China University of Technology.

                                                                            

29. Those who violate the principle of honesty or break school’s regulations during the evaluation period for awards and seeking jobs shall be given punishments ranging from a warning to suspension, depending on the case.

    30. Those who disregard rules during experiments or practice to cause the damage or loss of school or government property shall receive punishments ranging from warning to expulsion.

31. Those who alter or dispose of formal or important documents shall be given punishments ranging from warning to suspension, depending on the case.

 

32. For those who engage in activities detrimental to the image of international students or in contradiction with the moral standards of China:

a. Those offenders of alcoholism shall be given a warning or serious warning, if the circumstances are relatively minor. Those offenders of alcoholism shall receive punishments ranging from a noting of breach of disciplines on record to expulsion, depending on the case.

b. Those who make, reproduce, sell, or distribute pornographic pictures, magazines, videos, or other materials, or other similarly banned materials, shall be given punishments of suspension or expulsion, depending on the case.

c. Those who behave inappropriately or indecently in public places on campus and continue after being reprimanded, or whose such behavior is deemed overtly distasteful, shall receive punishments ranging from warning to suspension.

d. Those who harass, pester, or stalk females or perform similarly devious behavior towards others shall be given punishments ranging from a noting of breach of disciplines on record to expulsion.

e. Those who cohabit or live with others in a manner deemed inappropriate shall be given punishments ranging from a noting of breach of disciplines on record to expulsion, depending on the case.

f. Those who have extramarital sexual relation shall be given punishments ranging from a noting of breach of disciplines on record to expulsion, depending on the case.

g. Those who allow members of the opposite sex to stay in their dorm room or those who stay in the dorm room of members of the opposite sex shall receive punishments ranging from a noting of breach of disciplines on record to expulsion.

h. Those who visit prostitutes, engage in prostitution, introduce prostitutes to others, or accommodate persons involved in prostitution shall be expelled.

i. Those who interfere with others’ marriages and/or family matters or take part in adulterous relationships shall be expelled.

 

    33. It will be considered as absenteeism that students do not participate in the academic activities demanded by the school without the school’s approval and the attendance shall be recorded. For students with unexcused absences:

a. Those who have 10 to 19 (including 19) absences within one semester shall be given a warning.

b. Those who have 20 to 29 (including 29) absences within one semester shall be given a serious warning.

c. Those who have 30 to 39 (including 39) absences within one semester shall be given a noting of breach of disciplines on record.

c. Those who have 40 to 49 (including 49) absences within one semester shall be given a suspension.

d. Those who have a total of 50 absences or more within one semester shall be expelled.

 

34. For students who do not have classes and leave school without approval from office, if the accumulated leaving days are between 7(including 7 days) to 14 (including 14days), they shall be given a warning or serious warning; if accumulated leaving days are 15 days or more (including 15 days), they shall be given a noting of breach of discipline on record or suspension; if accumulated leaving days are one month or over, they shall be expelled.

 

35.  Students who violate national and school’s birth control laws and regulations, and give birth (such as non-marital bearing, over-reproduction), shall be given a noting of breach of disciplines on record in accordance with Regulations of Guangdong Province on Population and Birth Control.

 

36. Graduating students who do not leave as scheduled and continue to live in the dormitory shall receive a serious warning. If other rule violations exist before they leave the school, students shall receive punishments ranging from warning to invalidation of their graduating status (regarded as dropping out of the school).

 

37. Students with other violations of the “Regulations on the Management of Students in Universities and Colleges” and “Code of Conduct for Higher Education Students”  shall be given the following punishments:

a. Those who forge documents, certificates or transcripts, impersonate others' signatures, steal seals and provide false materials shall be given a warning or more serious punishments, depending on the case.

b. Those who borrow valid certificates such as student ID cards, medical certificates, and library cards and cause adverse consequences shall be given a warning or more serious punishments, depending on the case.

c. Refusing or obstructing Chinese government staff or school administrators to perform official duties according to law or in accordance with school rules and regulations, shall be given a warning or more serious punishments, depending on the case;

d. Those who conceal, destroy or privately dismantle other people's letters and cause adverse effects or losses, in addition to compensating for the loss, shall be given a warning or more serious punishments, depending on the case;

e. Those who obtain confidential or undisclosed materials of the Chinese government, schools or others through abnormal means, shall be given a warning or more serious punishments, depending on the case;

f. Those who disrupt the order of public places and fails to change after through education shall be given a warning or more serious punishments, depending on the case.

 

38. For other violations that were not mentioned but still needs to be given punishments, the relevant departments of school can refer to the related rules and regulations of student management at South China University of Technology, evaluate and give the corresponding punishment.

 

Chapter Three Disciplinary Procedures and Student Rights and Interests

 

    39. Disciplinary powers and handling procedures

    a. Disciplinary powers

For warnings and serious warnings, the school can investigate, make the final decision and then report it to the related departments of SCUT; for noting of breach of discipline on record or more serious punishment, the school should investigate, put forward the preliminary suggestions of punishment and then report it to SCUT for approval from Student Affairs Office, Academic Affairs Office, Graduate School, Security Departments and school; for noting of breach of discipline on record and suspension, it should be reported to SCUT’s authority for approval; Suspension should be decided by the president’s meeting of SCUT or the special meeting authorized by the principal. After that, the disciplinary decisions shall be reported to the Student Complaint Handling Committee for record.

    b. Handling procedures

I. Conduct disciplinary investigation and evidence collection. They should conduct the investigation immediately, once they find students have misconducts. If necessary, they should report to the public security organs for investigation and evidence collection. Also, school should cooperate with relevant departments to talk with disciplinary students and give criticism and education.

II. Put forward the preliminary suggestions of punishments. Based on the investigation, the school or relevant departments should put forward handling suggestions in accordance with the relevant provisions of the regulations for students.

III. Listen to students’ statements and defenses. The relevant departments of the SCUT or the school should inform students with facts, reasons and basis for making the decision before they punish students. Also, they should inform students with the right to make statements and defenses, and listen to the statements and defenses of students;

IV. Make the disciplinary decision. The school or the SIE should conduct a comprehensive review of the legality in advance and then make a disciplinary decision. For matters that clearly violate the regulations or laws, the school should, within 30 days of receiving the materials or notice, make a disciplinary decision or suggestion. If the school fails to comply with regulations when dealing with students’ disciplinary incidents, SCUT can ask the SIE to make a new review.

When the school makes a disciplinary decision for students, the school should issue a disciplinary decision letter to students. The disciplinary decision letter should include the following:

(1) Student’s basic information;

(2) Facts and evidence of punishments;

(3) The type, basis and duration of punishments;

(4) The methods and deadline of defenses

(5) Other necessary contents.

When the disciplinary incident involves students from different schools, the relevant departments of SCUT is in charge of coordinating with school. If there is any special situation, school have rights to give punishments to students directly.

V. Publish the disciplinary punishments. The SCUT’s disciplinary documents should be published within the university based on situations. Also, the school in which students are should   inform students’ parents. Whether matters that involves personal privacy and Chinese government’s secrets should be published is decided by the SCUT.

VI. Send the disciplinary decision letter. The school is responsible for informing students to sign on the disciplinary decision letter and give an ideological and political education. For students who refuse to sign, it should be delivered by lien. For students who have left SCUT, it should be delivered by post. For students who are hard to get in contact, it is deemed to have succeeded in delivering within 15 days after the date of publication .

 

40. Dismissal of punishments

a. If students perform well during the punishment period and there are no more misconducts, the punishment can be dismissed after its expiration date in accordance with the handling procedures.

b. If students have outstanding performance during the punishment period, they can apply and submit the evaluation report and suggestions through the school and then report it to the Students’ Affairs Office for approval to cancel the punishments in advance. However, the duration from the disposition to the dismissal shall not be less than 6 months;

     c. Students subject to a disciplinary action can still apply for graduation and degree awarding, if they receive a warning or serious warning which are not be lifted before graduation. Those who receive noting of breach of disciplines on record and suspension punishment cannot apply for graduation and degree awarding until the punishment is lifted.

d. Students should submit the applications by themselves to the SIE for the dismissal of punishment. Then, the school should submit the investigation report and suggestions to SCUT for deliberation. Finally, staff in the department which gives the disciplinary action discuss, make the final decision and issue a document to lift the punishment.

e. The authority and the approval processes of punishments dismissal are the same as the ones of disciplinary action decisions.

 

41. Students subject to punishments will be disqualified for the current year’s scholarship and honorary title applications during the punishment period. After the punishments dismissal, students can still apply for commendations and awards without any influences from the original punishment.

 

42. Materials of the disciplinary action decisions and punishment dismissal should be archived. Materials of the disciplinary action decisions and punishment dismissal shall be recorded in the documents of the SCUT, the school and the corresponding students. Also, the expulsion notice should be reported to the SCUT and the higher supervision authority of education in Guangdong Province for records. 

 

43. Safeguard the legitimate rights and interests of students and make sure students have rights and opportunities for defense and appeal.

a. If a student disagrees with the decision of the SCUT or school, he or she can, submit a written complaint to the Student Complaint Handling Committee within 10 days from the date of receiving the decision;

b. The Student Complaint Handling Committee should review the appeal made by students and make a review and inform the results to the claimant within 15 days of receiving the appeal. If the situation is too complicated to make a conclusion within the stated time limit, it may be extended by 15 days upon approval by the person in charge. If the Student Complaint Handling Committee think it is necessary, it may recommend that the SCUT suspend the relevant decisions;

Upon review, the Student Complaint Handling Committee find that there is any insufficient evidence, improper provisions or wrong procedures, they can suggest to cancel or change the revisions. After that, the relevant departments will evaluate and then report it for approval by SCUT’s president meeting or special meeting.

c. If the student has any doubts about the review decision, he or she may appeal to the Guangdong Provincial Education Administration by a written statement within 15 days of receiving the school review decision.

d. Since the date of disciplinary action or review decision being served, the student who fails to appeal during the complaint period is deemed to have abandoned the complaint, and the SCUT will no longer accept the complaint made by them. If the disciplinary action or review decision fail to inform students with the deadline for appeal, the deadline for appeal should be calculated from the date on which the student knows, should know or the date of the disciplinary action, but the maximum duration should not exceed 6 months;

e. Students who believe that the SCUT’s staff violate the regulations and infringe upon their legitimate rights and interests may file a complaint to the Guangdong Provincial Education Administration;

f. Other unmentioned matters concerning the complaint should be dealt with in accordance with the relevant regulations of “Student Complaint Handling Procedures of South China University of Technology”.

 

44. Students who are subject to disciplinary actions will have their degree, school status and record changed in accordance with the relevant school regulations. Students who have been expelled by SCUT must apply for leave within two weeks after the decision is made.

 

Chapter Four Supplementary Provisions

 

45. SCUT is responsible for interpreting the rules and the specific work should be undertaken by the Student Affairs Department.

 

46. This provision comes into effect from September 1st, 2019. Rules on the Discipline of Students at SCUT (Revised in 2018) is abolished at the same time.

      

 


 


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