Members of the Slippery Rock University community have developed a set of expectations for student behavior.
These expectations are contained in the Student Code of Conduct. The Student Code of Conduct outlines the rights and responsibilities of all students, and it provides a fair process to evaluate and respond to allegations of misconduct.
All students are expected to read and be familiar with the Student Code of Conduct (Click here for PDF version of code).
NEW SRU Weapons Policy
NEW SRU Skateboard Regulations
If you feel a student has violated the code of conduct and you would like to make a referral to our office please click on the following link:
E-MAIL MESSAGES SENT FROM THE OFFICE OF STUDENT CONDUCT TO STUDENTS THROUGH UNIVERSITY ASSIGNED E-MAIL ADDRESSES WILL CONSTITUTE AN OFFICIAL MEANS OF COMMUNICATION.
ALL CORRESPONDENCE REGARDING INCIDENTS WILL BE COMMUNICATED THROUGH THE STUDENT'S SRU E-MAIL ADDRESS.
CORRESPONDENCE INVOLVING INCIDENTS MAY ALSO COME FROM THE OFFICE OF RESIDENCE LIFE. IT IS THE STUDENT'S RESPONSIBILITY AND OBLIGATION TO ACCESS AND RESPOND TO OFFICIAL UNIVERSITY E-MAIL CORRESPONDENCE.
MISSION OF OUR OFFICE
The mission of the Office of Student Conduct is to address violations of the University's Student Code of Conduct through an established educational process. The process is designed to enhance the development of students through facilitating student learning, accountability, ethical growth, and civic responsibility.
The office aspires to support a safe and inclusive environment that promotes scholarly integrity and student success.
To develop, distribute and interpret campus conduct polices
To uphold community standards consistently and equitably
To educate students about appropriate behavior and community membership
To provide educational civic leadership opportunities for students who take part in the hearing board procedures
To provide programs and activities that foster student's intellectual, ethical and cultural development
To teach students to accept responsibility for their own behaviors