FMU Honor Code - Reporting Violations
Campus Police officers, Residence Lie and Housing staff and other University officials are charged with the maintenance of appropriate student behavior. As a result, occasions may arise when these persons must confront student who they believe are violating University or residence hall standards of conduct. In such cases, these officials will make contact with the student whenever possible and inform him/her that they may be charged with a violation of the code.
- Campus Police officers will normally inform the student who they believe has allegedly committed the violation and refer the student to the Dean of Students Office. The referral will normally include a prepared incident report.
- Housing staff may inform the student verbally that he/she is being referred for an alleged violation of standards. These staff members will subsequently prepare a report of the incident leading to the allegation. A copy of this report will be forwarded to the Offices of Housing and the Dean of Students. Depending upon the seriousness of the alleged violation, the student will be informed by one the above named offices to report to that office within a certain period of time for adjudication of the alleged violation. The student will be required to meet with the University Conduct Office appointed by the Dean of Students.
- Other community members such as faculty, administrators, or fellow students may also from time-to-time report alleged violations to the conduct officials of the University. In these cases, the alleged violator will receive a letter from the University conduct officer appointed by the Dean of Students.
Last Published: April 9, 2012 12:56 PM