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Student Conduct

The Office of Student Conduct strives to foster a campus community that protects the health, welfare, safety, property, and rights of all members of our community.

 Explore the Student Conduct Process

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Students may meet with the Office of Student Conduct concerning the Code of Student Conduct, Academic Integrity Policies, or the Board of Governor's Rule 1.6 and Title IX Policies.

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Student Conduct

Many students will meet with the Office of Student Conduct to discuss possible violations of established written rules, regulations, and procedures in the Code of Student Conduct. 

Student Conduct
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Academic Integrity

Building a culture of academic excellence is our shared responsibility. The Office of Academic Integrity supports students, faculty, and staff as we work together to achieve this goal.

Academic Integrity
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BOG Rule 1.6 and Title IX

West Virginia University Board of Governors Governance Rule 1.6 and Title IX Policies, support students in incidents regarding discrimination, harassment, sexual harassment, sexual misconduct, domestic misconduct, stalking, retaliation, and relationships.

BOG Rule 1.6 and Title IX

submit a complaint

Have you witnessed or have knowledge of what you think may be a
violation of the Campus Student Code?

Submit a Complaint

Request a Program

The Office of Student Conduct provides a variety of workshops and presentations about civility on campus, academic integrity, conflict management and more. 

More about Programs

Video Resources

Learn more about the Office of Student Conduct and our processes.

Video Resources

Medical Amnesty

Any student who seeks emergency medical assistance may be eligible for amnesty.

Medical Amnesty

Location and Hours

660 North High Street
P.O. Box 6430
(Directly behind the Mountainlair)

Office Hours
8:15 a.m. - 4:45 p.m. Monday through Friday 

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