1. Financial Holds
The Vice President for Finance and Treasurer is responsible for the collection, custody and accounting for all monies due the University. Holds may be employed to collect any financial obligations due to the University’s operating funds or to student loan funds.

2. Judicial Holds
The procedures for student discipline are specified in Michigan State University Student Rights and Responsibilities, Graduate Student Rights and Responsibilities, Law Student Rights and Responsibilities, and Medical Student Rights and Responsibilities. Administrative officers and judicial bodies are specifically authorized under this administrative ruling to request of the Provost or the Vice President for Student Affairs and Services the use of the judicial hold to enforce a “suspension” decision against a student, and to contact a student to notify him or her of an alleged violation of a regulation and pending judicial or administrative proceedings.

3. Academic Holds
Academic holds are used to assure that students abide by reasonable rules and regulations as a condition of admission to and retention in the University. Agencies of the University and academic administrators are authorized under this administrative ruling to initiate use of the academic hold for this purpose.

4. Administrative Holds
Administrative holds are also used to assure that students abide by reasonable rules and regulations as a condition of admission to and retention in the University. Agencies of the University and academic administrators are authorized under this administrative ruling to initiate use of the administrative hold for this purpose.