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"It shall be unlawful to haze, or otherwise mistreat so as to cause bodily injury, any student at any school, college or university. Any person found guilty thereof shall be guilty of a Class 1 misdemeanor, unless the injury would be such as to constitute a felony, and, in that event the punishment shall be inflicted as is otherwise provided by law for the punishment of such felony."Any violation of Section 18.2-56 shall be deemed a violation of the University's Standards of Conduct. Upon satisfactory proof of the guilt of any student charged with hazing or mistreating another student so as to cause bodily injury, the University will expel such student so found guilty by the University Judiciary Committee. The President will also report any disciplinary finding resulting in expulsion to the Commonwealth's Attorney of the appropriate jurisdiction (the County of Albemarle or the city of Charlottesville).
"Any person receiving bodily injury by hazing or mistreatment shall have a right to sue civilly, the person or persons guilty thereof, whether adults or infants."
"The president, or other presiding official of any school, college or university receiving appropriations from the State treasury shall, upon satisfactory proof of the guilt of any student found guilty of hazing or mistreating another student so as to cause bodily injury, expel such student so found guilty, and shall make report thereof to the attorney for the Commonwealth of the county or city in which such school, college or university is, who shall present the same to the grand jury of such city or county convened after such report is made to him."
The Dean of Students, or designee, shall inform the Black Fraternal Council, Inter-Fraternity Council, the Inter-Sorority Council, and all fraternities, sororities, and student organizations who have executed contracts with the University as Fraternal Organizations or as Contracted Independent Organizations of the provisions of Section 18.2-56 of the Code of Virginia and of this University policy.
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