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Respondent Resource Program

The University understands the strain a conduct process can place on your academic, work, and social life. We want you to understand and be able to navigate the conduct process, and a Respondent Resource can help.

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Community Standards & Student Conduct (CSSC) offers guidance and information to students named as respondents in a student conduct proceeding. A Respondent Resource can meet with you to help you navigate the process. During meetings, the Respondent Resource will discuss:

A Respondent Resource will respect your privacy but is not a confidential resource.