The student conduct staff reviews allegations of misconduct to determine if a student's conduct violates a University policy. If there is a reason to believe that a policy has been violated, the student conduct staff (including Housing staff) will send students a notice of alleged misconduct. The notice is typically sent by email to the students preferred email address. However, sometimes the notice is sent through the U.S. mail.

The notice will identify (1) the date on which the incident of alleged misconduct occurred, (2) the policy provision the conduct violated, and (3) a request for the student to meet with a member of the conduct staff. Students who receive a notice should respond to the notice as soon as possible by scheduling an appointment to meet with a member of the conduct staff. Failing to respond may result in a hold being placed on the student's account.

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