Application, Distribution and Administration of the Student Code of Conduct
1. Application of the Student Code: The Student Code shall apply to the four Connecticut State Universities: Central Connecticut State University, Eastern Connecticut State University, Southern Connecticut State University and Western Connecticut State University. An alleged violation of the Student Code shall be addressed in accordance with the procedures agreed to by the Universities, even if the accused Student has withdrawn from the University prior to the completion of the disciplinary procedures.
The Student Code shall apply to Students and to Student Organizations. The term "student" shall generally apply to the student as an individual and to a Student Organization as a single entity. The officers or leaders of a particular Student Organization usually will be expected to represent the organization during the disciplinary process. Nothing in this Student Code shall preclude holding certain members of a Student Organization accountable for their individual acts committed in the context of or in association with the organization’s alleged violation of this Code.
2. Distribution of the Student Code: The Student Code shall be made available electronically and/or in a printed publication to students, faculty and staff. The Office of Student Affairs will distribute and make available to students, faculty and staff, electronically and/or in a printed publication, any revisions to the Code.
3. Administration of the Student Code: The Vice President for Academic Affairs shall be the person designated by the University President to be responsible for the administration of the Academic Misconduct portion of the Student Code. The Vice President for Student Affairs shall be the person designated by the University President to be responsible for the administration of the Non-Academic Misconduct portion of the Student Code.