DURHAM, N.H. (CBS) – Students at the University of New Hampshire who are caught violating the school’s coronavirus policies — on campus or off — could face suspension or expulsion, the university said in an email to students.
The email came after three UNH students were charged at an off-campus party that included 50 people. One of the students was charged with violating the noise ordinance and two were charged with underage drinking.READ MORE: Buzzy Cohen On Guest Hosting 'Jeopardy!' Tournament Of Champions: 'I Had To Think About The Game In A Totally Different Way'
“It is reckless behavior such as this that will necessitate UNH pivoting back to remote learning only. In the end, you and your peers will have the final say if we stay together or not,” the email read in part.READ MORE: Watch Live @ 11: Gov. Baker Update On Reopening Following New CDC Mask Guidance
UNH is requiring students to wear masks, social distance and avoid gatherings of more than 25 people. The school has set up a link to a COVID Incident Reporting Form that allows students, staff and faculty to report behavior that violates the school’s coronavirus policies. The university said the report will be reviewed and students may face discipline. Students who are repeatedly disciplined for violations could face suspension or expulsion.MORE NEWS: 'People Want To See More,' Artist Turns Utility Box On Busy Bedford Street Into Art