The student conduct system at IUP is designed to be non-adversarial, with the intent of promoting behavioral change in the student while protecting the rights of the members of the university community.
When responding to behavior that violates federal, state, and local laws and ordinances, the Office of Student Conduct does not replace the criminal justice system or other legal responses; rather, the office adjudicates alleged behaviors separately from any legal action that is taken. Students and recognized organizations that violate law and university policy should expect to be held accountable for their behavior through both the legal system and the university student conduct system.
University policies and regulations are provided in The Source: A Student Policy Guide. Individuals who desire a hard copy of The Source: A Student Policy Guide should contact the Office of Student Conduct in Ruddock Hall, Suite G11.
The Office of Student Conduct values your feedback in order to provide the best services stated above. Please fill out the corresponding survey and return it to the Office of Student Conduct, Pratt Hall, Room 307.
This award recognizes those students who exhibit behavior(s) that are uplifting to the university community and support the IUP mission statement. Recipients will display courage, civility, leadership, integrity, and initiative in the campus and/or local community. Nominations may be forwarded to the Office of Student Conduct on an ongoing basis. Award recipients will be selected by a panel of faculty, staff, and students and notified by the Office of Student Conduct.
Students, faculty, and staff members at IUP are encouraged to involve themselves in an excellent university service/volunteer leadership opportunity on campus by becoming a member of the University Student Conduct Board.
Practicum students are selected on a first-come, first-served basis. Expectations, duties, and assignments include: completion of hearing officer training, attendance of monthly hearing officer meetings, regularly adjudicating formal administrative student conduct hearings, completion of all hearing paperwork promptly and accurately, completion of student conduct board training, service as a student conduct board member (as possible), regular meetings with site supervisor, and completion of project work for the Office of Student Conduct as negotiated on a case-by-case basis. Preference for practicum opportunities is given to graduate students in the IUP Student Affairs in Higher Education program.
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