VII: Admissions and General Information
Dean of Students' Office is your place to come for assistance
and services in a wide variety of areas. Within the Dean's office
are three Associate Deans with a wide range of experience in
assisting students. Many of the services within the Dean of Students
office are listed below. The office staff can help with University
wide concerns. If they can't answer your questions they will
find out who can. You may drop in or call ahead for an appointment.
The office is open 8:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. Monday, Wednesday, and
Friday and from 8:00 a.m.-9:00 p.m. Tuesday and Thursday.
| For personal, confidential counseling
or assistance, consult:
University of Michigan students are responsible for upholding
the community values expressed in the Code of Student Conduct.
The Code sets forth the standards of non-academic
conduct expected of students and a disciplinary process for resolving
complaints of alleged violations of the standards.
of behaviors which contradict the values of the University community
include: physically harming, sexually assaulting, sexually harassing,
hazing, stalking, or harassing another person; possessing, using,
or storing firearms, explosives, or weapons; tampering with fire
or other safety equipment; setting fires; illegally possessing,
using, distributing, manufacturing, or selling alcohol or other
drugs; intentionally and falsely reporting bombs, fires, or other
emergencies; stealing, damaging, destroying, or defacing University
property or the property of others; obstructing or disrupting
classes, research projects, or other activities; making, possessing,
or using any falsified University documents or records; and violating
state or federal law if such action has a serious impact on the
University community. Please see the Code for further
Resolution Coordinator administers the Code and directs
the Office of Student Conflict Resolution. The Resolution Coordinator:
complaints from faculty, students, or staff who believe a violation
of the Code has occurred;
students, faculty, and staff about the resolution process;
complainants and accused students prepare for arbitrations and
the University community about the Code.
Code is published in the gray policy insert of The
Student Handbook of the University of Michigan: Insiders Guide
or Rounding out A2
and may be obtained
on the world wide web at http://www.umich.edu/~oscr.
For further information please contact the Office of Student
Conflict Resolution at (734) 936-6308.
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