Office of Student Conduct & Community Standards

How the Conduct Process works

Members of the College community will make many decisions regarding their behavior, and it is desired that decisions not conflict with the College’s expected standards of behavior. However, when a person violates those standards due to a poor decision, then an appropriate sanction must be imposed by way of a judicial process which guarantees due process with due regard to the person’s rights as an individual.

The College maintains high community standards regarding student conduct in and outside the classroom, and these expectations of behavior apply to all students. It is the responsibility of the student to advise the Office of Student Conduct about any request(s) for accommodations they will need during the judicial process.
The college’s conduct process works as follows: