Behavioral Conduct

Student Rights & Responsibilities (SRR) directs the efforts of students and staff members in matters involving behavioral student conduct and supports the university’s mission of guiding students to become more responsible citizens.

Aspects of the behavioral student conduct process involve:

  • Determining the student conduct charges to be filed according to the Code of Student Conduct
  • Collecting available and relevant information about the reported conduct
  • Providing information to individuals regarding the student conduct process
  • Training and advising the panels
  • Maintaining all records that are handled through SRR processes
  • Developing procedures for conflict resolution
  • Conducting student conduct proceedings, including agreements, panels, and conferences
  • Collecting and disseminating research and analysis regarding student conduct
  • Resolving cases of student misconduct, including the assignment of sanctions