The ability and freedom to teach, learn and develop depends upon appropriate opportunities and conditions in the classroom, in the residence hall, elsewhere on campus, and in the greater academic community. The University has developed procedures and policies to safeguard this process and to maintain an environment conducive to the learning process.
This Code was revised on June 4, 2015, and supersedes all previous versions.
The University has also established procedures to adjudicate all non-academic disciplinary complaints, ensure due process, and handle policy violations. The Student Judicial Policy provides details on the judicial structure and overview.
For more information on Student Judicial Policy, see the Office of Student Conduct and Community Standards