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Community Standards & Student Conduct

Community Standards & Student Conduct practices a holistic and developmental approach to student accountability and education, partners with campus stakeholders to provide leadership and support to the university community, and promotes a safe and inclusive environment conducive to student success.

Community Standards & Student Conduct (CSSC) provides leadership and services to the university community in the following areas.

Fall in the Quad, University of Washington Seattle campus, October 2013. Photo by Katherine B. Turner

Report It

Our campus community is committed to maintaining the highest level of academic and behavioral integrity. CSSC has an online tool to make reporting alleged incidents of student misconduct easier for faculty, staff, and students.

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Photo by Katherine Turner. Fall in the Quad.

Student Conduct Code

Through the Student Conduct Code, Huskies hold themselves to the highest standards of ethics, integrity and accountability. Students are held accountable to the University of Washington Student Conduct Code.

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Respondent resources

CSSC offers support and information to students named as respondents in a student conduct proceeding, including matters being investigated by the Title IX Investigation Office.

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Consultation

CSSC is a part of a University-wide Consultation & Assessment Team (CAT) sponsored by the Division of Student Life. This team includes members from Health & Wellness, the Counseling Center, UWPD, Residence Life, and others concerned about student safety and welfare. If you are concerned about a student, please contact CSSC at cssc@uw.edu or Health & Wellness at livewell@uw.edu.

Cherry blossoms on the UW Quad. Photo by Katherine B. Turner/ UW

Transfer and background checks

For students who are transferring to other universities or participating in a Study Abroad experience, verification of attendance or good standing is often required. Please bring forms to the CSSC office in Schmitz Hall Room 447. Disciplinary records will not be released without a student’s written permission so please sign any forms in blue or black ink.

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Community standards

UW students are good neighbors. CSSC works with students living in the North of 45th Neighborhood area, along with year-round residents of University Park, to ensure that a safe and respectful neighborhood environment is created for all who live there. Check out the living off campus section for more information about being a good neighbor.

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