Student Conduct Code
The Office of the Dean of Students is responsible for administering and interpreting the University of Northern Iowa Student Conduct Code. This includes receiving reports of alleged misconduct, ensuring that students receive due process and fair treatment throughout the hearing process, and maintaining students' disciplinary records. The code outlines university standards for student behavior and delineates the processes by which allegations of misbehavior will be addressed. The Dean of Students area is committed to providing an educational conduct process that informs students of their rights as members of the university community and educates them about the responsibilities they have to themselves and the other members of the university community.
The Student Conduct Code is grounded in a commitment to three core values:
Respect: University of Northern Iowa students support the rights of individuals to live and work with each other in a safe environment reflective of the educational ideals of the university.
Responsibility: University of Northern Iowa students engage in responsible social conduct that reflects positively upon the university community while modeling good citizenship in all communities.
Honesty: University of Northern Iowa students live a life of integrity, creating good leaders, friends and colleagues who share the common goal of building our learning community.
In order to support these core values, all students and student organizations are responsible for knowing the information, policies and procedures outlined in the Student Conduct Code.
Students are expected to read, be familiar with and abide by the Student Conduct Code. The Office of the Dean of Students is responsible for implementation and administration of this code.
The provisions of the Student Conduct Code should be interpreted consistent with these values, and in accordance with all recognized student rights and provisions.