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Student Conduct, Rights and Responsibilities

The Office of Student Conduct, Rights and Responsibilities administers the Student Conduct Code (California Code of Regulations Title 5, Section 41301). Matters relating to student conduct and violations of the Student Conduct Code should be referred to this office. Issue are addressed in a manner to facilitate the ethical development of students, encourage respect for the campus community, and hold students accountable for violations of the Student Conduct Code.

  • Academic Dishonesty Policy

  • Form for Reporting Academic Dishonesty

  • Acceptable Computing Use Policy
    To promote and protect these ideals and resources, this policy defines acceptable and unacceptable computing uses and practices on campuses and among members of the university community.

  • Alcohol Policy
    The University prohibits the illegal use and/or abuse of alcohol and other drugs, intoxication, and any resulting misconduct. This policy also addresses applicable laws, regulations, policies, procedures and liabilities regarding alcohol and drugs on campus and at University events.

  • Contact the Office of Student Conduct, Rights and Responsibilities
    If you have a specific question or problem not answered here, please contact the office directly to receive prompt, private answers to your questions or situation.

  • Dealing with Disruptive Student Behavior
    These are resources and guidelines regarding student behavior.

  • Executive Order 1095
    Executive Order 1095 regards the implementation of Title IX, the Campus SaVE Act, and related legislation on sex discrimination, sexual harassment and sexual violence. Executive Order 1095 supersedes Executive Order 1072.

  • Executive Order 1096
    Systemwide Policy Prohibiting Discrimination, Harassment, Retaliation, Sexual Misconduct, Dating and Domestic Violence, and Stalking against Employees and Third Parties and Systemwide Procedure for Addressing Such Complaints by Employees and Third Parties 

  • Executive Order 1097
    Executive Order 1097 was issued in response to the Campus Sexual Violence Elimination Act (the SaVE Act) and related guidance from the U.S. Department of Education, Office for Civil Rights, addressing Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972. This is the Systemwide Policy Prohibiting Discrimination, Harassment and Retaliation, Sexual Misconduct, Dating and Domestic Violence, and Stalking against Students and Systemwide Procedure for Addressing Such Complaints by Students. Executive Order 1097 supersedes Executive Order 1074.

  • Executive Order 1098
    Executive Order 1098 addresses Student Conduct Procedures, and supersedes Executive Order 1073.

  • Policy on Alcohol and Other Drugs

  • Qualifications for Candidacy and Incumbency in Student Government.
    Candidates for elected and/or appointed office, and Incumbents in elective and appointed offices must fulfill the listed requirements.

  • Reporting Student Misconduct
    Use this form when reporting Student Misconduct.

  • Resources
    Visit our Resource Page to locate additional help.

  • Standards for Student Conduct
    This California law, Section 41301 of Title 5 of the California Code of Regulations, articulates the Student Conduct Code and notes the CSU Chancellor’s authority to adopt procedures for enforcing the code. The procedures are found in Executive Order 1073.

  • Steps in Resolving Allegations of Student Misconduct
    A graphic representation of the process by which allegations of student misconduct are adjudicated at CSUEB.

  • Student Rights & Responsibilities
    How students can effectively use their rights and how to carry out their obligations, in order to maximize the benefits of their college education.

Presentations

The Office of Student Conduct, Rights and Responsibilities is committed to educating the campus community on the Student Code of Conduct. We offer programs on a variety of topics including the following:

  • Academic Dishonesty
  • Classroom Disruptions
  • Know the Code
  • Life in the Residence Halls

If there is a specific topic you would like us to cover, let us know and we will work with you to create a presentation that fits your needs. We encourage you to request a presentation for:

  • Classes
  • Student Organizations
  • Residence Hall Communities
  • Faculty and Staff
  • Parents
  • Athletic Teams
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