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FACULTY/STAFF > DEPARTMENTS & OFFICES > STUDENT LIFE > STUDENT CONDUCT > SECTION 14. ENFORCED MEDICAL WITHDRAWAL
Section 14. Enforced Medical Withdrawal

14.1      Robert Morris University reserves the right to withdraw a student temporarily from the institution for misconduct that has its basis in a psychological or medical condition. Such action of the Dean of Students, or his or her designee is not automatic, will be done with appropriate professional consultation, and will be subject to a case by case evaluation based on the specific facts and circumstances existing at the time, plus any available medical information and/or documentation. The student will be provided with written notice of the reason(s) for the withdrawal and an opportunity to be heard by the Dean of Students or his/her designee(s), in accordance with his/her direction.