3.1 Respectful, considerate and lawful behaviour is required from all Junior Members of College at all times. All Junior Members must be polite, decent and honest in their interactions with other members of the College, with the College staff and with people outside the College.
3.2 Lying or dishonesty of any kind towards the College or its members or staff or Fellows will be regarded as serious misconduct.
3.3 Junior members must not waste the time of College Officers, Fellows or staff unreasonably.
3.4 No Junior Member of the College should behave in such a way as to bring the College into disrepute.
3.5 It is forbidden to damage College property or to damage or deface College buildings.
3.6 Photographs, video or recordings of other members of the College or College staff may not be shared with others or placed in the public domain without the consent of the person or persons concerned.
3.7 Slander or libel of any member of the College is forbidden.
3.8 If, in the opinion of the Dean and either the Tutor for Undergraduates or the Tutor for Graduates, the behaviour of a Junior Member is distressing other members of the College, or interfering with the studies of other Junior Members or poses a threat to the Junior Member themself or to other members of the College, then that Junior Member may no longer be permitted to reside in the College or may be banned or suspended with immediate effect by the Dean and either the Tutor for Undergraduates or the Tutor for Graduates.
3.9 Junior members who are arrested by the police or are facing criminal prosecution or have been convicted of a criminal offence must immediately inform the Provost and the Dean.
3.10 The possession, consumption or distribution of any classified drug by Junior Members are serious offences and strictly prohibited.
3.11 Junior Members must not advertise or trade College facilities, goods, or services to any third party without explicit permission from the College.
3.12 Junior Members must not participate in post examination “trashing” which often includes covering someone in food or drink. This is a College and a University offence and Junior Members will be reported to the Proctors and are likely to receive a substantial fine.
3.13 The College is a non-smoking environment. This includes the use of e-cigarettes and vapourisers. Smoking is not permitted anywhere in the College. This includes within the confines of the Main College, other College-owned or administered residential sites or other buildings in use by members of the College or College gardens, grounds, associated lands, and enclosed spaces.
3.14 Junior Members must be familiar with, and comply with, the University Rules and Regulations as contained in the current University of Oxford’s Essential Information for Students (Proctors’ and Assessor’s Memorandum - http://www.admin.ox.ac.uk/proctors)
3.15 All Junior Members of the College are required to be familiar with and to observe the College’s policies and codes of conduct, which include the following:
·The Harassment code of practice.
·The Equal Opportunities policy.
·The Freedom of Speech policy.
·The Data Protection Policy.
·The Fire Safety policy.
·The Health and Safety policy.
·The I.T. Code of Conduct and the Information Security Awareness Policy
·The Library Code of Conduct
·The Fitness to Study Policy
·The Academic Disciplinary Procedures.
·The Non-academic Disciplinary Procedures.
All these policies, regulations and codes are available on the College website.