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Nonacademic Misconduct

Non-Academic Misconduct are issues that stem from incidents outside of academic work.  Examples can include underage drinking, illegal drugs, disorderly conduct, and sexual misconduct.

 

Below are important resources for students relating to Non-Academic Misconduct.

 

Please see the resources below regarding non-academic misconduct:

 

Frequently Referenced Policies and Statements:

 

Title IX

  • Title IX complaints (sexual assault, domestic violence, dating violence, and stalking) that involve students as the respondent are managed by the Dean of Students office.  First, an investigation is completed.  If the investigator determines that there is a preponderance of evidence to show that the respondent is responsible for violating policy, then the case is sent to an Associate Dean of Students.  Second, that Associate Dean manages the student conduct case.
    • Furthermore, the Dean of Students Office manages student accommodations and interim measures relating to Title IX reports, investigations, or other related instances (e.g. no contact letters).
  • The following staff in the Dean of Students Office and Residence Life  are Deputy Title IX Coordinators:
    • Buzz Bares
    • Rob Babcock
    • Shaniqua Crawford
    • Art Munin
    • John Palmer
by Amy Rogge last modified Nov 26, 2018 09:45 AM
University Police

Emergency:
(920) 424-1212

Non-Emergency:
(920) 424-1216