Information for Parents
As a parent or family member of a student, your relationship may change when your student goes to college, but you will likely still be a person your student goes to for support or assistance. As a result, you may be one of the people that your student calls if they receive an email about possible conduct allegations. You might also be the voice of reason to remind your student that the conduct process is the way to hold other students accountable to the expectations of the University. Here is some information that can help you as you support your student through a conduct process.
- What to Do if Your Student Is Involved in the Conduct Process
- What You Can Teach in the Student Conduct Process
- Conduct Process
- Frequently Asked Questions for Parents
We take our responsibilities as educators very seriously and do our best to provide a fair and unbiased system for all students. While we understand that involvement in the conduct process may be difficult for students, we do our best to provide them support to effectively handle the situations in which they find themselves.