Student Conduct and Civility FAQ
This FAQ page is designed to be a resource and snapshot of frequently asked questions about the student conduct process. It is not intended to be used in substitution for the Student Code of Conduct and Civility. Please contact the firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any additional questions.
Frequently asked questions from students:
I have been accused of misconduct; what should I do?
What happens during a student conduct meeting?
What happens if I am accused of misconduct?
Can I appeal the decision of the Student Conduct Officer?
I agree I violated the Code, but I think the disciplinary action is too harsh. Can I accept responsibility but request a review of the disciplinary action assigned?
What is the Student Conduct Committee?
What happens during a review hearing?
Can I appeal the decision of the Student Conduct Committee?
Can I appeal the decision of my academic Dean or the Senior Student and Academic Affairs Officer?
Will I be suspended or expelled for a violation of the Code?
Will this go on my MSPE?
Will this be reported once I start residency? Will this impact my career?
I’ve been found responsible for academic dishonesty; what will happen to my grade?
What do I do if someone has violated the Code?
Can I submit an anonymous report?
What happens if a student does not respond to a Notice of Complaint?
What is the preponderance of evidence standard?
What is an Honor Code Representative?
Can my lawyer be present at my conduct conference?
Will the outcome go on my transcript?
Frequently asked questions from Faculty/Staff: