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All students--undergraduate, graduate, professional full time, part time, law, etc.--must be familiar with and abide by the provisions of the "Code of Student Conduct."
All students--undergraduate, graduate, professional full time, part time, law, etc.--must be familiar with and abide by the provisions of the "Code of Academic Integrity."
Through the university’s Alcohol Medical Amnesty program, a student needing to be transported to the hospital for the first time as the result of alcohol intoxication and/or alcohol overdose will not face formal non-academic disciplinary action.
The University Hearing Board (UHB) is comprised of undergraduate and graduate student volunteers; and is designed to provide a prompt, fair decision in serious disciplinary cases.
Civility Educators are GW students (both undergraduate and graduate) designated to facilitate educational conversations with students going through the Office of Civility & Community Standards process.