Expulsion of students is treated in both the School Code ( 24 PS 13-1318) and in the Regulations of the State Board of Education ( 22 Pa Code 12.6). According to the Regulations of the State Board of Education: " Expulsion is exclusion from school by the board of education for a period exceeding 10 school days and may be permanent expulsion from the school rolls." ( 22 Pa Code 12.6(2))
Required withdrawal of a student from AU for an indefinite period of time. The student shall not be permitted to return without the written approval of the Vice-President, Academic. Refer to the "Student Code of Conduct and Right to Appeal " brochure for details.
Any removal of a student from all regular school programs for a period of 11 or more consecutive days constitutes an expulsion. Students will be considered as trespassing if present on the school grounds of any regular school within the School System.
The authority granted the House and Senate by the Constitution to expel one of its Members from the institution. Requires a 2/3 vote. Expulsion is limited for misconduct while in office, not misconduct prior to election. Misconduct is not expressly defined. While the House and Senate have censured or reprimanded their Members, expulsion is rarely used. Deference is given to the voters to make a decision to unseat a Member at the next election or to allow the courts to convict and sentence a Member if he/she has been indicted. Fast-Track Refers to special expedited procedures used to speed up the regular legislative process. Both the House and Senate must make special procedural arrangements to set aside the regular process in order to use "fast-track" procedures. Fast-track procedures limit debate and prohibit, or severely restrict, amendments. They have been used most often when considering trade agreements.
The order by a State for a person to leave that States territory. In order to ensure that fundamental rights are protected, the EU is aiming to clarify the circumstances in which expulsion of EU citizens from another EU Member State can legally occur. . (See EU citizenship: Right to move and reside freely , Immigration: Return policy)