Student Conduct encourages students to know the code
Student Conduct addresses violations of Auburn University policy through the Code of Student Conduct. Student Conduct provides a fair, impartial and educational process that allows students to address behavior that is detrimental to the university community, share their perspectives and help determine potential educational outcomes and explore how individual conduct affects other individuals, groups and the larger Auburn community.
The Code of Student Conduct also includes the Medical Assistance Policy, or MAP, which empowers students to seek medical assistance for individuals who may be experiencing health-related complications from alcohol, drugs or other substances. Students are encouraged to familiarize themselves with the policy and to call 911 in the event of any emergency.
Students well versed in university policies are less likely to violate policies.
Submitted by: Ivy Fry