VCU Bulletins

Division of Student Affairs

Office of Student Conduct and Academic Integrity

Karen Belanger
Director
www.students.vcu.edu/studentconduct

The Office of Student Conduct and Academic Integrity supports the educational mission of the university by educating students about appropriate behavior and fostering a community supporting academic success. The office takes the lead in the enforcement of university policies, as outlined in the “Virginia Commonwealth University Rules and Procedures” and the “VCU Honor System,” providing a fair and impartial process for the adjudication of matters of student discipline. The Office of Student Conduct and Academic Integrity works in conjunction with university offices to administer the policies for Residence Hall Students and Student Off-campus Conduct, the VCU Alcohol and Drug Policy, the Student Sexual Misconduct Policy, and the Computer and Network Resources Use Policy. Rules and Procedures and the VCU Honor System, are available online at www.provost.vcu.edu/policies.

The Office of Student Conduct and Academic Integrity is located in University Student Commons, Suite 106, P.O. Box 843071; telephone: (804) 828-1963.

 

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