Concerns should be submitted with concise, factual information including:
Please also submit relevant materials: documents, photographs, copy of student’s work.
Anyone may contact Student Conduct and Conflict Resolution for consultation about a possible concern. Talking with Student Conduct and Conflict Resolution does not obligate a person to file a report; typically, investigations do not begin unless a report is filed.
Reports may also be submitted by directly emailing Ashley Larsen, email@example.com.
The Director of Student Conduct is responsible for investigating concerns regarding
student conduct, and violations of the Student Rights and Responsibilities Code. Investigations
may also be assisted by the Student Response Team members.
Yes. But not all reports are automatically entered into a student disciplinary record, such as reports of concerns that don't rise to the level of a policy violation or for very minor infractions.
If a student is found to have violated a policy and a permanent disciplinary record is kept, they still have the option to request that their record be expunged after a certain amount of time and depending on the severity of the violation.
Submit requests to expunge disciplinary records to the Student Conduct Director.
In order to accomplish the educational goals of the process, to provide timely due
process, and to avoid unnecessary complications to the investigatory process (because
witnesses and/or evidence may no longer be available, memories fade, etc.), you are
strongly urged to submit your concern immediately upon discovery.
If you with to discuss the process informally, please do not hesitate contact the director of Student Conduct and Conflict Resolution.
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