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Penn State Has Punished Over 1,200 Students for Coronavirus Violations Since August

Penn State Has Punished Over 1,200 Students for Coronavirus Violations Since August

“The University’s top priority in response to the pandemic has been the health and safety of our community.”

Why would anyone want to go to college this year? Students are paying for this experience. It boggles the mind.

This is from a school press release:

University releases student sanctions for COVID-19 policy violations

As part of Penn State’s multi-layered Back to State health and safety plan for the fall semester, the University announced mandatory requirements for students — including health and safety expectations, testing and contact tracing requirements, and masking and social distancing policies — before their return to campus. While the overwhelming majority of students have and continue to comply with the safety policies, Penn State’s Office of Student Conduct has responded to a number of reported violations.

Since Aug. 17, the University has issued 1,277 sanctions for violation of various COVID-19-related restrictions and policies, including refusal to wear a mask or face covering in public, non-adherence to Penn State’s quarantine/isolation guidelines, and failure to observe guidance that strictly moderates gatherings both on and off campus.

“The University’s top priority in response to the pandemic has been the health and safety of our community. We are grateful for the seriousness with which most of our students take the virus’ threat, but we will continue to hold accountable those students who threaten our community by violating our clearly stated expectations,” said Damon Sims, vice president for Student Affairs. “The consistent compliance of most students continues to be a source of encouragement for the universal compliance among students that we seek, and the decline in conduct referrals in recent weeks has been pleasing.”

Of the sanctions, 1,046 students have received warnings, which may include a discussion about the situation, an explanation of the misconduct and expectations going forward, and a warning that further a violation may result in more serious consequences; 204 have been placed on probation or probation with a transcript notation, which is reserved for multiple or more serious offenses; and 10 have been issued suspensions from the University, which prohibits them from registration, course attendance and on-campus living for the remainder of the academic year.

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Comments

Punished? I don’t see it that way. The university actually DID something to only 10 of 1,200. Everything else was a paperwork exercise.

Time to leave ALL leftist-based schools and transfer to conservative ones or trade schools. You’ll be better off!

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