As part of a Resolution Agreement or Hearing with the University over a student conduct matter, you may have been assigned a variety of sanctions. The information provided here is meant to answer frequently asked questions about these sanctions and how it may affect you as a student.
Feel free to contact the Dean of Students Office by calling (760) 750-4935, sending an e-mail to email@example.com, or visiting the office in University Student Union 3500 for further information.
You are able to join clubs as a new member; granted that it is not an "Executive Board" position. However, Disciplinary Probation does limit your eligibility in applying to be an O-Team Leader, Resident Advisor, ASI Student Government position, and applying to be a new Greek Life Member (only for the period of time that you are on disciplinary probation). Check with the student organization you are interested in to see what their eligibility requirements are.
While this may be a temporary hindrance, you will be eligible once the disciplinary probation ends and you are back in "good student standing" with the University. This requirement is not only a CSU-wide policy for many Student Organizations, but also was reiterated by the CSUSM Fraternity & Sorority Life student leaders who voted for student standing verification to be an eligibility requirement for new members to uphold the values of all of our Greek Life organizations.