Student Conduct FAQs
Contact the conduct officer who sent you the letter as soon as possible to schedule an appointment. The conduct officer would like to hear from you about facts of the case and provide you with pertinent information.
You may also give other colleges and potential employers access to your academic and conduct record. Once you have given permission and an inquiry comes to our office, we will answer the questions that are related to conduct.
Yes, you should speak with your instructor, department head and dean, in that order, if needed. The college also has an Ombuds Office, which treats all information that you share confidentially.