are required to abide by the rules and regulations of KIU now in
force and those issued or amended from time to time. The University
expects and will demand honesty of its students. Unethical behavior
during examinations or elsewhere will result in irrevocable dismissal
from the University, and will be considered serious social misconduct
or infractions of civil or criminal laws.
Other causes for dismissal may include: submitting false evidence;
stealing; willful destruction of equipment, furnishings or property;
physical violence against other students, faculty or staff; use
of drugs; possess and carrying fire arms, violence of the civil
rights of others; organization of civil disturbances; and non-payment
of tuition and other fees without a valid reason.
Protracted absence without permission from classes, laboratories
and other scheduled programs or the inability to cope with the curriculum
shall also be a cause for dismissal.
In all matters pertaining to the selection of students, fees, grants,
evaluation of scholastic performance, prizes and awards, discipline
and student affairs, the decision of the university shall be final.
The university will be justified to call law enforcing agencies
in dealing with matters of civil disturbance, willful destruction
of university property or violence against its members. The law
of the land will be allowed to take its course in such matters.