Student Conduct is responsible for upholding the Student Conduct Code and instituting the conduct process for students. We take a developmental approach to student success. The Student Conduct office supports staff, faculty, and students in both academic and behavioral misconduct issues and provides education about the Student Conduct Code. We work with other offices at the University of Washington Bothell and provide referrals to resources as appropriate.
- Adjudicate the conduct process for all university academic and behavioral misconduct
- Consult with faculty and staff about issues and concerns as it relates to student behavior
- Educate faculty, staff, and students about the code and conduct process
- Advise stakeholders on program and school conduct models
The University of Washington Bothell students are expected to maintain the highest standards of academic integrity and behavioral conduct.
Student Conduct Code
The University’s Student Conduct Code is Washington Administrative Code (WAC) 478-121. The University has also developed two companion policies, Student Governance Policy, Chapter 209 (Academic and behavioral misconduct) and Chapter 210 (Discriminatory and sexual misconduct), which explain how student conduct proceedings work and a student’s rights in the process.
If you have questions or concerns regarding an alleged violation of the Student Conduct Code please contact us at 425-352-3183 email@example.com.
Students, faculty and staff are asked to report whenever student misconduct is observed or suspected.