NC State continues to monitor the spread of COVID-19, the disease caused by the novel coronavirus.
If you are a student and have a pending or resolved conduct matter with our office, your case may be impacted by the university’s reduced operations. For questions, please contact your individual hearing officer or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Office of Student Conduct works closely with a variety of campus offices to ensure that Students, Faculty, and Staff are connected to appropriate resources, many of which are provided here. When appropriate, we can provide referrals to these services within the university community. If you are unsure who to talk to regarding a particular issue, feel free to contact us and discuss the matter with someone from our office. We will do our best to direct you to the appropriate office or campus resource.
In addition to reviewing our Code of Student Conduct, we encourage you to familiarize yourself with the University’s Rule on Personal Safety Requirements Related to Covid-19 (RUL 04.21.01).
Students have the responsibility to uphold academic integrity on campus, off campus, and online. All members of the University community, students, faculty and other employees, have the responsibility to report Academic Misconduct to the appropriate authority.
Faculty members must undertake threshold responsibility for such traditional safeguards as examination security and proctoring and should clearly communicate their academic expectations in the course syllabus. If a student is in doubt regarding any matter related to the standards of academic integrity in a given course or on an assignment, that student must consult with the faculty member responsible for the course before presenting the work.
Meeting & Sanction FAQ
I need to meet with Student Conduct or have a pending hearing. What should I do?
The Office of Student Conduct is operational and still able to conduct individual meetings via Google Hangouts, Zoom, or other online software. Please work with your hearing officer to schedule your necessary meetings or hearing. Your hearing officer will inform you of their expectations given the circumstances of your case.
Do you have any tips to ensure the success of online participation?
- Whenever possible, access your meeting using a high speed internet connection.
- To protect the integrity and privacy of the conduct process, participate from a space that is quiet and private, such as a room with a door that can be closed.
- Unapproved participants are not permitted. You may be asked to pan your camera around the room to ensure the privacy of the meeting or hearing.
- The use of an electronic device to participate in the meeting or hearing is permitted. The use of other unapproved electronic devices is not permitted.
- Please let us know if you are having connectivity issues or are in need of other accommodations.
I’m required to complete Alcohol BASICS, Marijuana BASICS, or Howl for Help Meetings. What should I do?
If you’ve been assigned to a BASICS class, need to complete your individual BASICS meetings, or Howl for Help meetings, these meetings may place either virtually or over the phone. Jeffrey Fay, the Alcohol and Other Drug Education Coordinator, will assist you in completing this sanction. Jeff can be emailed at email@example.com.
I’m required to complete Drug Tests. What should I do?
Effective immediately, the requirement to complete drug tests has been postponed. You will be notified once there is a status change at the University to provide information of your requirements moving forward and your new deadline dates.
I have other active, in-person sanctions. What should I do?
If you were assigned another sanction that requires you to meet or engage in some form of in-person experience, please contact your hearing officer to discuss the expectations for that on an individual basis. Your hearing officer will inform you of their expectations given the circumstances of your case.
How do I go about completing other sanction requirements with the Office of Student Conduct?
We will be flexible when it comes to the deadlines for the above types of sanctions and may not be imposing any new registration holds if there is a reasonable explanation for why a deadline was missed. If you have additional sanctions such as a reflection paper, a parental notification letter, or a personal autobiography, those sanctions must still be completed by the required due date.