The Student Guide to University Policies contains the following sections.
It also exists in a PDF version for printing (requires Adobe Acrobat Reader).
In order to promote the finest educational experience possible, the
University of Delaware has established high standards of conduct for
its students and student organizations. Individual students and student
organizations are expected to know and comply with the policies in the
Code of Conduct. Students who violate, attempt to violate, or aid others
in violating its provisions may face sanctions for their actions. This
Student Guide explains University standards and procedures.
The University conducts regular reviews and updates to this Student Guide to University Policies. The University may, due to legal or institutional need, make changes to the Student Guide at any time as deemed appropriate by University officials. The Student Guide posted online at www.udel.edu/stuguide is the current and active version.
It may be useful
to students to know how several commonly
used terms used in the Student Guide are officially defined.
Code of Conduct
The Code of Conduct
describes the behavior expected of all students. It is arranged alphabetically
by category and establishes standards of behavior for students and student
organizations at the University.
Student Conduct System
Alleged violations of the Code of Conduct are handled through the Undergraduate
and Graduate Student Conduct Systems. This section describes the University's
procedures for addressing violations.
The University administration reserves the absolute discretion to determine appropriate
sanctions to be imposed upon a student for any infraction of the Code
of Conduct. The Sanctions section describes the range of sanctions
that may be applied.
Grievance Procedures and Special Problems
This section describes the process by which students may bring certain
grievances to the attention of the University. It also provides students
with information about assistance with special problems, such as medical
leaves of absence, military service and missing students.
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