1. Code of Conduct
1.1 Any student whose conduct on or off campus becomes unsatisfactory and is determined to have a detrimental impact on the mission of the University will be subject to appropriate action through the Student Conduct Office. No student will be permitted to graduate or officially withdraw from the University while disciplinary action is pending against him or her. All students are responsible for conducting themselves in a manner that helps enhance an environment of learning in which the rights, dignity, worth, and freedom of each member of the academic community are respected. All students must report, in writing, any federal, state, or local criminal charges and/or dispositions of criminal charges to the Office of Student Conduct.
1.2 According to the By-Laws of the Board of Trustees of The University of North Carolina at Pembroke (POL 01.05.01), ratified in March of 1968, the administration of the University is responsible for all phases of student discipline. The administration holds that a student enrolling in the University assumes an obligation to conduct himself/herself in a manner compatible with the University’s function as an educational institution. Further, the Board of Trustees has directed the administration to take appropriate disciplinary action against students and student organizations that are found to be in violation of the University’s Student Code of Conduct.
1.3 A UNCP student shall refrain from engaging in behaviors that violate the Student Code of Conduct listed below, which reflect conduct unbecoming of a student at The University of North Carolina at Pembroke:
For further details and information regarding the Student Code of Conduct, please go to the UNCP Student Handbook at www.uncp.edu/handbook.