Study Abroad Conduct

These standards of conduct are valid only for incidents occurring before August 1, 2016. For conduct incidents occurring August 1, 2016 or later, please refer to the University Student Code of Conduct.

This policy applies to all students involved in any respect in any study abroad program. Any person studying abroad and/or involved with that studying is expected to learn and comply with the host country's laws and the host institution's policies, including but not limited to its academic integrity policies. While abroad, such person also is expected to comply with Case Western Reserve University's policies and procedures, including but not limited to its academic integrity policies. Any person who violates any of the host country's laws, the host institution's policies, and/or the university's policies, may be subject to discipline through the appropriate internal university process and/or subject to Academic Integrity Board action. This person may also be subject to discipline and/or other judicial action by the host institution and/or host country. Any person studying abroad and/or involved with that studying represents the university and is expected to conduct himself or herself in a professional and responsible manner.

Last Updated: July 25, 2016