Referring a Student to Conduct: Frequently Asked Questions
Student Conduct cannot provide information unless the student grants authorization, or unless the information is provided to a victim of endangerment, harassment, or sexual misconduct. There may also be instances when a staff or faculty member is in a “need to know” position and the information can be conveyed (for instance, if a student is not permitted in a specific building as a result of the sanction for a violation). All Student Conduct matters are considered to be educational records and are protected under FERPA.
Visit One Stop's FERPA page for more information.
The University reserves the right to impose discipline based on any student's conduct, regardless of location, that may adversely affect the University community. The processes for adjudicating violations of State and Federal law and of the Student Conduct Code are separate and may be pursued independently of one another.
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