Updates to the Code for 2019-2020 – August 1, 2019
The Code of Student Conduct is updated from time-to-time to ensure its alignment with best practices as well as legal and regulatory requirements. Substantial revisions were made to the Code of Student Conduct for 2019-2020. These revisions were based on a comprehensive two-year review process that began in March 2017, and involved a university-wide Code of Student Conduct Review Committee comprised of faculty, staff, undergraduate, graduate, and law students.
Summary of Revisions
Updates to the Code for 2018-19 - March 29, 2019
Minor revisions to the 2018-19 Code of Student Conduct were published and effective on March 29, 2019. These revisions included:
Updates to the Code for 2018-19 - September 12, 2018
The Code of Student Conduct is updated from time-to-time to ensure its alignment with best practices as well as legal and regulatory requirements. Minimal updates were made to the Code of Student Conduct for the 2018-19 academic year and were effective September 12, 2018. Proposed changes were reviewed by the Chair of the Code of Student Conduct Review Committee and the Vice President for Student Development prior to publication.
Key updates reflected in the current version include:
General: Updates to department names, staff names and titles, and department locations.
Change – Redhawk Commitment (page 5): A new Redhawk Commitment was developed by a cross-campus committee during the last academic year.
Clarified/Added – Section 3.3.5 (page 9): Exposure now includes two examples to assist in clarifying the policy. The examples include public urination and/or defacation.
Terminology – Section 5.1 (page 42): “Supporters” are now referred to as “Advisors.”
Changed – Section 5.2 (page 43): We’ve extended the amount of minimum written notice given to respondents prior to a hearing from 2 business days to 3 business days. This change was made to ensure that students are able to reschedule or pursue needed accommodations.
Changed – Section 5.2.1 (page 47): We’ve extended the appeal window for the Integrity Formation and Sexual Misconduct processes to 5 calendar days. This change was made to ensure that all students have an appropriate and equal amount of time within which to file an appeal request.
Clarified – Section 5.3 (page 48): Examples of possible sanctions listed within the code are now alphabetized.
Clarified/Added – Section 5.3 (page 49): Disciplinary probation as a sanction now clarifies participation in study abroad programs as a possible impact.