Student Conduct Code - Section 2. Authority and Jurisdiction
The President delegates general supervision for matters of
student conduct to the Vice Provost for Student Life. Specific
responsibility and authority for the student conduct process is assigned to the
Director of Student Conduct, Rights and Responsibilities. A conduct
officer or a conduct board can review student conduct matters. The
Director or designee determines which course of action will be taken based on
the nature of the conduct.
As members of the USF community, all students have the responsibility
to review and abide by the Student Conduct Code. The Student Conduct Code applies to all
students (except for students in the
School of Law) and University-affiliated student organizations.
The University may review student conduct that occurs both on
and off campus when such conduct is inconsistent with the University’s values,
mission and this Student Conduct Code. Therefore, the Student Conduct
Code is applicable to conduct that take place on campus, at
University-sponsored events (on or off-campus), study abroad programs, or in
the local community and beyond.
The Student Conduct Code applies to all students beginning
with admission to the University and at all times they are enrolled including
all University breaks, holidays and between semesters. In addition, students
are responsible for the actions of their guests and will be held accountable
for any violations of the Student Conduct Code by a guest. Students
should accompany their guests at all times while on campus. If necessary,
the University may limit a student’s guest privileges.