Undergraduate Catalog 2009-2011

Student Conduct

The director of Student Conduct administers the conduct system for all students and is available to all students, faculty, and staff who may have questions or concerns regarding the University judicial system.

The office of Student Conduct is responsible for developing ways to respond effectively to incidents or issues that threaten to disrupt the learning environment. In addition, this office assists with the coordination of conduct referrals to counseling or alcohol and other drug education programs. The goals of the office of Student Conduct include resolving discipline cases in a developmentally sound manner consistent with University policy and applicable state and federal laws; encouraging the teaching and development of life-skills, such as healthy decision making, civility, and accountability; and maintaining integrity in regards to the health, safety, and security of all members of the CCSU community.

In the event a student fails to complete sanctions from a prior disciplinary resolution by the required deadline or has failed to meet to resolve reported disciplinary violations, the office of Student Conduct may place restrictions on the student's ability to register for courses, reside on campus, etc., until the matter has been fully resolved.

The office of Student Conduct is located in Barrows Hall, Room 110 (860-832-1667).

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