Student Conduct

  • A Safe, Responsible Community

    Student Conduct

    Dean College’s office of Student Conduct & Community Standards promotes a living and learning environment, both in and out of the classroom, founded on the values of the Dean College Community:

    1. Personal Responsibility
    2. Community Accountability
    3. Mutual Respect


    Through individual interventions and larger community initiatives, the Office of Student Conduct & Community Standards addresses issues that impact the college community and fosters personal growth and development. Our goal is to provide an experience that encourages students to be contributing members of society and educated global citizens.

    As an active member of the Dean College community, each student is expected to adhere to and support the community core values.  Dean requires students to comply with the letter and spirit of the conduct rules set forth in this Handbook and to obey all local, state, and federal laws. Students will be held responsible for their actions and must make sure their actions do not interfere with the safety, well-being, or rights of others. 

    Read more about the College’s Community Standards and College Policies in the Code of Student Conduct using the link at the bottom of the page. 

    I encourage current and prospective Dean community members to contact me with any questions, to request more information or would like to discuss Dean College’s student conduct policies & procedures. 

    Randall Williams 

    Director of Student Conduct & Community Standards


    Title IX: The College’s Response to Sexual Misconduct
    For more information regarding how Dean College responds to sexual misconduct incidents, please click here

    Additional Useful Information:
    Student Code of Conduct
    Conduct Hearing Process

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