1. Basic Rules & Procedures Governing Student Life/Reporting Allegations of Misconduct

Student Bill of Rights

  • Students have the right to inquire about and to recommend improvements in rules and procedures affecting the welfare of Students
  • All students have the right to form or join any association for the purpose of examining and discussing all questions of concern to them including questions relating to University actions, procedures and rules.
  • Students have the right to participate in a free exchange of ideas or speech, the University is allowed to set parameters of time, place and manner anywhere on university property.
  • All Students shall be treated on an equal basis in all areas and activities of the University, regardless of race, creed, color, religion, gender, age, disability, national origin and/or sexual orientation.
  • Students have the right to personal privacy except as otherwise provided by law.

Reporting Allegations of Misconduct 

To file allegation(s) of misconduct against student(s) or student organization(s), individuals should complete an Online incident report form. The written allegation should describe the action or behavior in question. Individuals may also file a report in person at the Office of the Vice President for Student Enrollment, Engagement and Success, Jack B. Kelley Student Center, Suite 102.

Leave Policy

Any pregnant students, or students planning to become pregnant, should consult their health care provider to determine what, if any, additional precautions are needed based on their individual situation. It is the responsibility of the student to communicate their needs to the Office of the Vice President for Student Enrollment, Engagement and Success as soon as possible in order for risk reduction to begin when it can be most effective, and to determine if additional modifications are While the university cannot mandate that the student notify that she is pregnant or is planning to become pregnant, the university strongly recommends that students do provide notification so appropriate steps can be taken to ensure the health of both parent and child. To communicate health circumstances or to request additional information please contact the Office of the Vice President of Student Enrollment, Engagement and Success.