Rules of conduct on the Samara University campus

The rules of conduct on the Samara University campus are determined in accordance with SSAU Statutes. The full text of the Statutes is available on the Samara University web portal
Here are some important excerpts.
 
The following conduct is prohibited inside university buildings:
a) going inside in outer wear;
b) talking loudly, making noise, walking around during lectures;
c) smoking;
d) drinking alcohol;
e) consuming drugs or toxic substances;
f) damaging university property (graffiti on walls or furniture, applications of any sort on doors or walls, entering the buildings in dirty shoes, damaging electrical wiring, lighting fixtures, instructional equipment, etc.).

Breaking the rules as listed in points c), d), e) and f) shall be punishable by expulsion. Students shall be held liable for violating SSAU Statutes, internal procedures, fire safety rules and any other normative documents while they are on campus. It is also expressly forbidden to commit any act that could result in physical or moral injury. Students shall be held liable for taking other people’s property (including small items) and/or purposefully destroying it. Students must comply with occupational health requirements so as not to cause any serious consequences (such as accidents, injuries, disasters) or create real and present conditions for such events.
International students will be advised accordingly during the orientation programme.

Various disciplinary measures can be applied for violating the rules of residence, such as reproof, reprimand or expulsion from the University in accordance with SSAU Statutes. In this case, the student’s dorm residence contract will be canceled and he or she will be evicted.