Students and faculty each have responsibility for maintaining an appropriate learning environment. Students who fail to adhere to the established code of conduct may be subject to disciplinary action. Faculty have the professional responsibility to set reasonable standards and behavioral expectations for their classroom and the obligation to take the appropriate course of action when student behavior substantially interferes with the ability of a faculty member to teach or the ability of other students to learn.
The faculty member can handle most inappropriate behaviors at the time of the disruption; however, some situations may require consultation, University disciplinary action, and/or immediate emergency response. This guide has been designed by the Student Conduct Office to assist you to assess problem behavior and to determine the appropriate course of action.
The mission of Student Conduct is to develop and enforce standards of conduct through educational experiences to foster student learning and development, while maintaining retention. Student Conduct oversees the University discipline system.
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