Student Conduct Authority

A. Disciplinary authority in non-academic affairs is under the jurisdiction of the Office of Student Conduct through the Vice President for Student Affairs/Dean of Students and/or designee. The day-to-day management of the program is the responsibility of the Office of Student Conduct under the direct supervision of the Assistant Dean for Student Affairs and/or designee.

B. In those cases involving academic dishonesty, the Dean of Faculty/Vice President for Academic Affairs shall oversee a separate process described  under the Academic Honesty Policy.

C. The Vice President for Student Affairs shall develop policies for the administration of the Student Conduct program and procedural rules for conducting hearings which are consistent with provisions of the Code of Student Conduct.

D. Decisions made by the Student Conduct Officer or conduct bodies are final, pending the normal appeals process.