University Policy on Disruptive Activities
The university reserves the right to take disciplinary action against individual students and/or groups who are involved in disruptive activities. Such disciplinary action may be taken independently of state or local prosecutorial actions regardless of the outcome of such prosecutorial actions.
Persons engaging in certain disruptive activities on the university campus shall be subject to prosecution and the penalties provided in section 4.30, Texas Education Code, which provides:
A. No person or group of persons acting in concert may willfully engage in disruptive activity or disrupt a lawful assembly on the campus or property of any private or public school or institution of higher education or public vocational and technical school or institute.
B. For the purposes of this section, disruptive activity means: