Student Conduct and Development
The Vice President for Student Affairs, as chief judicial officer, or a designee administers the student conduct process, which includes investigating all complaints against university students, rendering appropriate decisions, and ensuring its proper implementation. The Student Conduct and Development area has the delegated authority from the Vice President for Student Affairs for the overall execution of the Northeastern State University Student Conduct Code and the Regional University System of Oklahoma Board of Regents Judicial Process. The Vice President for Student Affairs, as chief judicial officer, or a designee, may also serve on the academic standards committee of the academic departments on campus and is available as a resource for questions related to policies and procedures affecting students and campus life.
Complaints may be filed by any member of the university community through Student Affairs, Public Safety or university administrators for non-academic matters, or from academic faculty or the dean's for academic integrity matters.
The Student Conduct Code is established to foster and protect the core values of the university, to foster a safe and secure learning environment for students, and to protect the people, properties and processes that support the university and its mission.
For more information on the Northeastern State University Student Conduct Code or the Student Conduct and Development area, please contact Joshua Rader, Coordinator of Student Rights and Responsibilities, at email@example.com.