If a student poses a significant threat to others or of disruption to the class, faculty, department chairs, and deans may impose an interim suspension and have a student removed immediately from a classroom or academic area.
The removal must be reported immediately to Student Conduct (complete the online report form). This does not replace normal due process, and more permanent sanctions must then be determined. For more information, refer to the “Interim Suspension” section of the Student Code of Conduct (pdf).
FACULTY SHOULD REFRAIN FROM REMOVING A STUDENT FROM CLASS OR DENYING A STUDENT ACCESS TO A FINAL EXAM UNTIL THE STUDENT HAS EXHAUSTED ALL APPEALS; EXCEPT IN THESE URGENT CASES.
CLEARLY STATE ALL YOUR POLICIES IN YOUR SYLLABUS (ABSENCE POLICY, MAKE-UP POLICY, GRADE POLICY, OFFICE HOURS, ACADEMIC INTEGRITY).
CONFRONT INAPPROPRIATE BEHAVIOR AS SOON AS YOU CAN IN A CALM, RESPECTFUL MANNER.
END THE MEETING OR ASK THE DISRUPTIVE STUDENT TO LEAVE AND ALLOW THEM TO RETURN WHEN THEY'VE CALMED DOWN