Campus Order Management Measures for International Students of Southwest Petroleum University
In order to standardize the management of international students in our school and further promote and develop international students education, according to the regulations on the Management of Campus order in Colleges and Universities, the provisions on the Internal Security of Colleges and Universities （for trial implementation）, the regulations on Fire Safety Management in Colleges and Universities, the regulations on the acceptance of International students by institutions of higher Learning, and the regulations on School Safety in Sichuan Province ", and combining with the reality of our school, we formulate these management measures.
Article 1: Disturb campus public order and affect public safety management
（1）Violation of Chinese laws, relevant regulations, and words and deeds that are harmful to China's national security and interests;
（2）Destroying the unity of all nationalities and friendship among the peoples of all countries; disrespecting the Chinese customs and national cultures. And disrespecting the religious beliefs of students from other countries, infringing upon the rights and interests of others, and committing acts of racial discrimination.
（3）Failing to abide by relevant regulations in public places such as school gates, dormitories, classrooms, auditoriums, canteens, clubs, sports grounds，libraries and other public places, disobeying the dissuasion of administrative personnel and causing disorder;
（4）Causing an accident of alcoholism, provoking a disturbance, forming a gang fighting, beating another person, or making perjury;
（5）Insulting a woman or engaging in other acts of harassment;
（6）Carrying controlled knives and other dangerous goods;
（7）Selling, copying or disseminating illegal newspapers, books, audio-visual products and other propaganda materials;
（8）Organizing and participating in gambling activities;
（9）Drug taking or drug trafficking ;
（10）Affecting others at work, places of study or residence of others, and continuing to cause noise to interfere with the normal life of others, if they do not listen to dissuasion;
（11）Hindering the normal work of a staff member by interfering with insults, verbal abuse or other excruciating acts;
（12）Distributing illegal manuscripts, posting large and small newspapers, and displaying insulting slogans and banners in public places;
（13）Holding large group activities, such as dance parties, theatrical performances, sports competitions, etc., which do not advance to the relevant departments or do not take the necessary safety measures, or disturb the order of large-scale group activities;
（14）Distributing or posting commercial advertisements or propaganda materials;
（15）Making holes in the perimeter wall of a campus, climbing over the wall , the school gate or the gate of the residential district;
（16）Participating in illegal pyramid selling, or carrying out cults, feudalism and superstition activities in school;
（17）Holding large-scale meetings, demonstrations, processions and other activities that are not reported to superior with the relevant regulations beforehand and are not approved in accordance with legal procedures;
（18）Failing to abide by the relevant regulations of the State and schools on the use of networks and logging on to illegal websites and disseminate harmful information;
（19）Organizing student associations in schools and failing to submit them for approval in accordance with the relevant regulations of the school;
（20）Fabricating or distorting facts to libel others, deliberately spreading rumors or disturbing the order of the campus;
（21）Making false reports of danger and maliciously making calls to the police to make a mess;
（22）Acquiring, harboring, transferring or destroying stolen goods;
（23）Peeping, photographing, eavesdropping and spreading the privacy of others;
（24）Conducting religious activities and propagating religion in non-religious sites such as on campus;
（25）Other acts endangering public order on campus.
Article 2： Acts that violate the administration of fire safety
（1）Damaging or moving at will, misappropriating or burying fire-fighting facilities or fire-fighting equipment;
（2）Illegally connecting wires in dormitories, using various stoves or high-power electric heating appliances, using open-flame, throwing tinder and burning items in buildings;
（3）Storing, using and transporting inflammable, explosive, highly toxic, radioactive and other articles in violation of regulations;
（4）Setting off fireworks and crackers on campus;
（5）The consequences of cooking food or heating without turning off the source gas, the power supply or the water;
（6）Erecting structures in violation of regulations and piling up articles in disorder to block fire fighting passage;
（7）Causing fire by negligence and causing no serious consequences;
（8）Refusing to obey the command of the commander of the fire scene and influencing the fire disaster relief;
（9）Other acts that violate the regulations on fire control safety.
Article 3 : Acts that violate the administration of traffic order:
（1）If an international student needs to purchase and use a motor vehicle, he shall, in accordance with the relevant laws and regulations of China, go through the license plate, driving license, and register with the Student work Department and the Security Office for the record.
（2）If the vehicle fails to park in accordance with the regulations, blocks the trunk roads or fire control channels, occupies the parking space reserved for teachers or intentionally obstructs passage;
（3）Breaking roads at random, occupying roads and obstructing traffic in campus;
（4）Driving a motor vehicle without a license, driving a vehicle after drinking or escaping after an accident;
（5）Failing to report on its own initiative any traffic accident caused by a driving or riding vehicle in a timely manner;
（6）Driving or riding a non-motor vehicle （bicycle, electric bicycle, etc.）with both hands off, carrying a person or riding a bicycle over speed;
（7）Other acts that violate the road traffic safety laws and regulations.
Article 4: Acts against public or private property:
（1）Stealing public or private property;
（2）Defrauding or extorting other people's property;
（3）Receiving deposits, remittances or parcels go under other ’s name;
（4）To take possession of public property by means of work or study;
（5）Damaging campus greening, cutting down trees, digging or folding flowers without permission ;
（6）Destroying or damaging public facilities on campus;
（7）Other acts of infringing upon public and private property on campus.
Article 5: Any act that violates the administrative system of the school gate:
（1）In violation of the relevant regulations of the school, refusing to swiping a school card or valid certificate in or out and refusing to listen to dissuasion;
（2）Destroying school gate facilities （for example, gates, credit card brushes, etc.）or deliberately causing trouble in the gate guard's office;
（3）Bring public property out of the school and do not issue a certificate of the unit, personal valuables do not produce their own certificates or do not cooperate with the inspection by the staff;
（4）Illegally carrying flammable, explosive, toxic or other contraband goods into or out of school and refusing to comply with the regulations;
（5）When a staff member performs his or her duties as a doorman normally, students do not cooperate with the guard ’s work. Insulting, battering or distorting the facts and obstructing the normal work of the staff member and causing adverse effects;
（6）Pedestrians or vehicles who do not follow the instructions to go into the entrance of school or do not listen to dissuasion and causing negative effects;
（ 7 ）Other behaviors that violate the management system of the school gate .
Article 6: Violations of the management of floating population on campus:
（1）Failing to return home or returning late without the approval of the relevant department;
（2）Staying privately in a dormitory for an outsider;
（3）Renting a house outside school or on campus without authorization;
（4）Students, for special reasons, apply for accommodation outside the school and have obtained approval from the relevant departments, thereby violating the relevant regulations and bringing about negative effects to the school;
（5）Other acts that violate the management of the floating population on campus.