To all international students,
Recently, many illegal and disciplinary incidents occurred because of smoking and drinking alcohol. Those violators have been punished according to school’s rules and regulations while students involved in serious cases have been punished by the law. These incidents have seriously affected the study of international students in China and our school’s reputation in the society. In order to further strengthen the management of international students and ensure your safety, healthy study and life in China, the school will conduct special inspections on smoking and alcohol drinking behaviors for international students. The school will strictly deal with the students who violate any rule and regulation, together with those who refuse to make cooperation.
Detailed regulations are as follows，
1.No smoking. It is strictly forbidden to smoke inside of the room or in public areas of dormitory building. Any violator will be given warning sanction and more serious punishment.
2.No alcohol. It is strictly forbidden to drink any alcohol in dormitory and it is not allowed to bring any alcohol drinks into the dormitory. Once found, the drinks will be confiscated. Any violator will be given warning sanction and more serious punishment.
3.No provoking incidents after getting drunk and No fights. Who gets drunk and rowdy , threatens others, endangers the safety of others' personal property or disrupts public order, shall be given serious warning sanction or demerit punishment if the circumstances are minor; academic probation sanction and more serious punishments will be given in case of serious consequences.
4.For students who refuse to make cooperation or disobey the management, he or she will be expelled from the school immediately. Also, his or her case will be reported to the Immigration Bureau with residence permit shortened and he or she shall leave China within a limited time.
All international students should strictly abide by the Chinese laws and regulations, together with the school rules and regulations.
School of International Education
May 18, 2019