All 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.
Examples 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 details.
The Resolution Coordinator administers the Code and directs the Office of Student Conflict Resolution. The Resolution Coordinator:
The 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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