Code of Student Conduct

As a Catholic and Jesuit university, Seattle University is a learning community that values the dignity and worth of persons. Consistent with its values, the University fosters the respect needed for students to live, work, study, and socialize together as a community.

All members of the University community are expected to observe standards that reflect personal accountability and responsibility for the common good; demonstrate regard for the safety, security and health of others; maintain the atmosphere needed for study and reflection; show respect for individuals; and value truthfulness and personal integrity. 

The current version of the Code of Student Conduct can always be found here:

Students are expected to read, model, and comply with the policies in the Code of Student Conduct. Lack of awareness of these policies does not exclude students from their responsibility to follow them.