Faculty have the responsibility and authority to establish expectations for their
classes that students are expected to meet, and in a manner consistent with University
policies. They have the right to:
establish classroom standards of behavior and
attendance requirements and
practices for addressing academic infractions.
If a student is unable to meet these expectations for any reason they should make
contact with faculty members as soon as possible.
While most departments have a unique approach in responding to issues of academic
misconduct or classroom disruptions, the University expects all academic departments
to apply fair, consistent, and commensurate actions, and to report misconduct to Student
The Office of Student Conduct is a resource for faculty on setting classroom expectations,
responding to academic misconduct or classroom disruption, and reporting options.
The Office of Student Conduct if available for consultation if faculty are unsure
how to respond to a particular issue. Call (801) 863-8665 or email email@example.com.
REFER TO THE STUDENT CODE OF CONDUCT FOR FURTHER INFORMATION ABOUT ACADEMIC VIOLATIONS, SANCTIONS, DUE PROCESS, AND APPEALS.