Office of Academic and Community Conduct

Students walking to class

Integrity is essential in a community of scholars.

 

 The Good Samaritan Provision 

The Goal: Assist and Educate — Not Punish

The Good Samaritan Provision gives a student in distress from alcohol or drug misuse (and those who help the student) the freedom to seek help without fear of student conduct action.

 

Confidentiality Statement: Records of all conduct actions by officials and boards are considered educational records and not for public disclosure which is prohibited by the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974, as amended. 

The Office of Academic and Community Conduct continually strives to support a culture of integrity at Michigan Tech. All participants in the conduct process are treated fairly and with respect to resolve issues in an atmosphere of honesty and trust. 

The purpose of the conduct process includes the following:

  • Determining responsibility for conduct violations
  • Facilitating a student's development of ethical standards of conduct and personal accountability
  • Achieving an educational outcome in conduct cases
  • Protecting the interest of the Michigan Tech community in an environment that promotes education, personal growth, and peaceful resolution of conflicts

FAQs

View More Questions