The University of San Francisco: Student Conduct, Rights & Responsibilities

This survey has been designed to solicit feedback about the student conduct process at USF. This survey is completely confidential and anonymous, and the results will be compiled by staff outside of the Office of Residence Life and the Office of Student Conduct, Rights and Responsibilities.

We appreciate your willingness to assist us in collecting this information by completing the survey below.  Please read each questions carefully and answer honestly.

Demographic Information

What is your class year? (Please check one)


What is your age in years?   

What is your gender?

What is your current residence?

Conduct Process 

Please indicate your level of agreement with the following statements:

1.   I received clear communication about the allegations made against me.

2.  The conduct Process was clearly explained to me at the beginning of my meeting.    

3.  Regardless of the outcome, I believe I was treated fairly and with respect.  

4.  My conduct process took place in a timely manner.

 

Student Learning Opportunities

Please indicate your level of agreement with the following statements:

1.  I understand why administrators are concerned with my misconduct.

2.  I understand how my misconduct affects other members of my community.

3.  As a result of my conduct meeting, I am less likely to engage in any misconduct in the future.  

4.  With respect to my behavior, I have a responsibility to others in my residential community.

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Institutional Environment

Please indicate your level of agreement with the following statements:

1.  I was aware of the Student Conduct Code and other University policies as listed in the Fogcutter Student Handbook.

2.  Staff member in my building reinforce the importance of responsible behavior.

3.  The Student Conduct Code and other University policies are enforced consistently.  

4.  Expectations for student behavior are communicated clearly.

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5.  Expectations for student behavior are consistently enforced.

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