Binghamton University Students react to SUNY chancellors ‘uniform sanctions’

first_imgYou can read the original copy of the list here. The list provides specific consequences which include suspension, de-recognition, or even loss of scholarship if a student, athlete, or organization were to violate the rules. The letter comes at a time where coronavirus cases are on the rise in some parts of New York — like right here in Broome County. 12 News spoke with Binghamton Students to see their reactions to the news and check in with how they feel the university’s response has been in general. Binghamton University told 12 News, “we do hope the Chancellor’s policy helps to convey the seriousness of the responsibility we all share to follow COVID-19 safety standards.” VESTAL (WBNG) — Last week SUNY Chancellor Jim Malatras sent out a comprehensive list of sanctions to all of the university’s presidents in an effort to have all SUNY schools on the same page when it comes to COVID-19 violations. While the list lays out punishments, it also states that everyone in the SUNY system is allowed due process.last_img

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