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Student Conduct

Mission Statement

Student Conduct is committed to enhancing the quality of student life and providing a safer campus by holding students accountable for their actions and treating students with consistency, fairness, and understanding. The Student Conduct Staff administers hearings, provides educational sanctions to reinforce community standards, and partners with several UNF departments to develop students and to teach civic responsibility.

Philosophy Statement

Student Conduct provides students with the educational opportunities to better understand an individual’s responsibility to themselves and to the community. It reflects the University and Division of Student and International Affairs missions by promoting student awareness, growth, and accountability. Student Conduct serves to protect individual rights, while developing good citizenship, and providing procedural fairness to students accused of violating established standards of conduct.

The entire process is designed to be educational, from the conduct review through completion of sanctions. Sanctions given to students are educational in nature. Our office provides learning opportunities for students outside of the classroom by holding meaningful discussions about behavior and issuing individually tailored sanctions that match the student’s needs and the community expectations.

We help the campus remain a safe living and learning environment by holding students accountable for their behavior and taking the time to meet with students for all cases (both low level and high level) to help students change problematic behavior before it escalates – relate the issues to “real world” situations.

Student Code

Student Conduct Code


Student Handbook


Student Conduct Board Applications


Student Conduct is now accepting applications for Student Conduct Board Positions. Students, staff or faculty who are interested in serving on the Student Conduct Board are encouraged to apply. For more information contact the Student Conduct Office at (904) 620-3979.  



Rachel L. Winter J.D.
Conduct Officer


Cody Lewin M.A.

Conduct Coordinator


Michael McConville



Jayne Krichbaum



Thomas Van Schoor

Dean of Students