Student Conduct Process
Effective August 1, 2016, a new Case Western Reserve University Student Code of Conduct went into effect.
The policy covers behavioral expectations for all students including undergraduate, graduate and professional students. Stakeholders from throughout the university were consulted during the creation of this policy. This included student stakeholders from Undergraduate Student Government, Graduate Student Council, Residence Hall Association and the University Conduct Board.
If you have questions about the Code of Conduct, please contact the Office of Student Conduct.
Student Conduct Process Overview
This is an abbreviated overview of what to expect if a student or organization is alleged to have violated the CWRU Student Code of Conduct. This overview does not pre-empt the University Student Code of Conduct but is instead meant to give general guidance on the conduct process. For more detailed information, refer to the full University Student Code of Conduct.