The mission of the Office of Student Conduct is to support the mission of both the University and the Division of Student Affairs. Specifically, the Office of Student Conduct seeks to work collaboratively with other departments to create a safe, secure, and civil environment where learning, growth and development can take place both inside and outside of the classroom.
To this end, the Student Conduct Office has three overarching responsibilities:
The Office of Student Conduct is located on the third floor of the Tuscarora Office Wing in College-in-the-Woods.
The Sanctioning Guidelines (.pdf) were developed to provide some general consistency to the various conduct boards to use in determining appropriate sanctions.
An important element of a comprehensive campus conduct system is a student's ability to seek redress of decisions made as a consequence of the process. A codified and active appeals process not only provides basic checks and balances, but also helps maintain the essential fairness of Binghamton's campus conduct process.Use this link to access the appeal form and useful information about student conduct appeals and the appeals process.
In addition to the links provided above, here are a few quick links to policies on other campus sites:
Want to learn more about the Office of Student Conduct or the student conduct process? The following videos were created and designed with just that purpose in mind. We believe you'll find our videos informative and helpful.
The Office of Student Conduct - An Introduction
An overview of the philosophy, mission, and goals of the Office of Student Conduct. Information is also included about sanctions and student rights.
Use the following links to access other Student Conduct videos.
The Level I Conduct Process
An explanation of the Level I conduct process.
The Level II Conduct Process
An explanation of the Level II conduct process.
Busted at Binghamton
Video portrayals of common violations of Binghamton's Code of Student Conduct with a discussion about the consequences for violating campus rules.
One of the questions that can sometimes confound or confuse those teaching on the college level is how does one manage a college classroom? This innovative series of videos offers some helpful suggestions and insightful ideas as a way of responding to this question.
While there is certainly much more that could and should be covered on the topic of teaching, these videos are a resource and provide a place to start.
If you have an idea about a topic you'd like to see on video, we encourage you to share you idea with us. Contact the Office of Student Conduct (x7-6210) or email us at: email@example.com
Last Updated: 8/29/14