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Community Standards & Conflict Resolution

Supporting the Blue Hen Community through fairness, integrity, civility and knowledge

Conduct Policies and Process

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Know the Code of Conduct

Students are responsible for reading, understanding and abiding by the student Code of Conduct.

Student Guide to University Policies

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Navigate the Conduct Process

Learn more about navigating the student conduct process, our community goals and how to respond to an pending conduct case.

Conduct Process

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Information for Faculty

Faculty and Instructors are important partners in upholding community standards at University of Delaware. 

Faculty Resources

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Involvement Opportunities

Students and staff can volunteer to play critical roles in the student conduct process. 

Get Involved

Call for Help


Amnesty for Active Assistance

Student health and safety are of primary concern at the University of Delaware. As such, in cases of behavior that presents serious and immediate harm or threat of harm to a individual or the larger University community, individuals are encouraged to seek assistance for themselves or others.

If active assistance is sought due to a serious and immediate risk of harm, Community Standards & Conflict Resolution will not pursue conduct charges against a student or student organization for violations of the Code of Conduct resulting from the behavior.

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CALL – Contact 911 or a University official when you have a concern.

STAY – Remain with the person who needs help.

HELP – Cooperate with emergency personnel, including answering questions and following instructions.

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Community Standards & Conflict Resolution is part of the Division of Student Life, which advances equity and inclusion, deepens student learning and drives holistic development through education, experiences and communities.