Reporting Student Conduct Violations
Any member of the College community may file a complaint against a student or student organization alleging a violation of the student code of conduct or other College policy. A complaint should be submitted to the Student Conduct Officer or designee. Once a complaint is filed, the Student Conduct Officer reserves the right to investigate the complaint even if a complainant chooses not to pursue the matter. Persons filing a complaint are required to provide pertinent information and, if necessary, appear at a hearing.
In many situations, alleged conduct violations are reported to the Student Conduct Officer through Public Safety Incident Reports or other means. The Student Conduct Officer has the responsibility to ensure compliance with the Student Code of Conduct and therefore retains the authority to investigate all reports of alleged student misconduct regardless of how the report is received by the Student Conduct Officer.
A common way to report a student or student organization alleging a violation of the student code of conduct is to file a report. The following links are forms used to report an alleged violation(s) of the student code of conduct.
The following reports include both alleged behavioral misconduct and academic dishonesty:
Please submit your report of alleged behavioral misconduct and academic dishonesty to a Student Conduct Officer at the Office of Student Rights & Responsibilities located at T.2300 or via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Student Conduct Officer
Biography: B.A. Vanderbilt University; J.D. University of St. Thomas School of Law