The student conduct process is not intended to punish students; rather, it exists to protect the rights of the community while educating individuals. The rights and privileges of the individual are also components of a community. These rights are protected with vigilance equal to the enforcement of rules and procedures. When a student is unable to conform their behavior to community expectations and the underlying values that establish those community expectations, the resulting student conduct process may determine how a student may learn from their choices or whether the student should no longer share in the privilege of participating in this community.
Please follow the links below to learn more about the policies and procedures students are responsible for while being a member of the University of Kansas community.
Academic Misconduct is managed by the respective school or department the alleged misconduct occurred in. For more information, please review the Academic Misconduct Section of the University Senate Rules and Regulations (Article II, Section 6).