Students involved in the conduct process will be provided necessary forms and web links by an administrator at the appropriate times throughout the process. Many of these forms can also be found here.
Participants involved in the conduct process are granted certain rights and take on certain responsibilities. These forms explain the rights and responsibilities for different individuals in different types of processes. If you are unsure which form applies to your situation, contact the Assistant Dean of Students or the conduct case administrator who has been in contact with you.
RESPONDENT RIGHTS AND RESPONSIBILITIES – STUDENT (PDF)
RESPONDENT RIGHTS AND RESPONSIBILITIES – ORGANIZATION (PDF)
WITNESS RIGHTS AND RESPONSIBILITIES (PDF)
ADVISER RIGHTS AND RESPONSIBILITIES (PDF)
Complainants or respondents who are eligible to appeal a conduct decision should do so by submitting this form by the deadline indicated in their conduct outcome letter.
In some circumstances, students may be required to release information to the Office of Student Conduct from various agencies or departments in order to complete a conduct sanction. Students may also elect to have conduct information released to other parties in accordance with the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) by completing the Consent to Release Conduct Information form.
CONSENT TO RELEASE CONDUCT INFORMATION (PDF)
RELEASE OF CONFIDENTIAL INFORMATION – INITIAL CONSULTATION (PDF)