Student Conduct

  • 021_270px.jpgThe Office of Student Conduct supports the academic mission of the university by promoting the development of a campus community characterized by reasonable safety and security, responsible behavior, civility, and respect.

    Through enforcement of university policies and regulations, the office challenges students to take responsibility for their actions; demonstrate respect for themselves, property, and other individuals; and develop skills that will enhance lifelong problem solving, communication, and decision-making abilities.

  • Student Conduct Policies and Procedures
    As a community, the university has developed a code of standards and expectations that are consistent with its purpose as an educational institution. The Student Conduct Policies and Procedures articulate these standards.
    Drug and Alcohol Sanctions
    The university holds students accountable for their behavior. University Student Conduct correspondence is delivered via IUP e-mail accounts. Failure to read e-mail will not be accepted as a reason to appeal a Student Conduct outcome. Office of Student Conduct Alcohol and Drug Policy Violations Proposed for fall 2016 i
    Fines and Fees
    August 2016 The following fines will be charged to a student’s IUP account based on Student Conduct sanctions assigned as a result of Student Behavior Policy violations: Student Conduct Fines Disciplinary Warning Educational Task Parent/Guardian Notification Disciplinary Probation Extended Disciplinary Probation Stayed
    Services provided by the Office of Student Conduct.
    Student Policy Index A-Z
    A student policy guide A-Z index for Indiana University of Pennsylvania 
    Chacivity Award
    The Chacivity Award recognizes those students who exhibit behavior(s) that are uplifting to the Indiana University of Pennsylvania community.
    IUP Civility Statement
    As a university of different peoples and perspectives, IUP aspires to promote the growth of all people in their academic, professional, social, and personal lives.
    Frequently asked questions about the Office of Student Conduct