As a member of the university community, it is your responsibility to know your rights and fulfill these expectations. The Student Conduct and Community Standards office is committed to supporting all students in that process.

It is our responsibility to establish the community standards and procedures necessary to maintain and protect an environment conducive to learning and in keeping with the educational objectives of the University of Oregon.

We serve the important role of upholding the standards of the university community through the administration of an educational and student-centered conduct process. In this process, we educate students about self-accountability, social responsibility, and academic integrity. Students are provided opportunities for personal reflection about decisions and how to make better choices in the future. We encourage students to consider the impact of their actions on themselves, their peers, and the greater community. Sanctions are individually developed with the goal of promoting critical thinking, repairing potential harms, and assisting students to become productive, global citizens.

We are committed to facilitating this learning in a fair, unbiased, and consistent manner, where every students is treated with dignity and respect and is afforded all procedural protections afforded by the Student Conduct Code.

If you have any questions, or would like information about getting involved, please feel free to contact us by phone 541-346-1140, e-mail conduct@uoregon.edu, or visit our office located at 474 Oregon Hall during business hours Monday–Friday 8:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m.

Student Conduct Code

Report a Potential Student Conduct Violation

Report a Concern

The Dean of Students office leads the Deans Consultation Committee to support student concerns. The forms are used for university students, faculty, or staff to report non-emergency concerns or request consultations. The UO strives to honor the wishes of reporters but may need to take specific actions based on the submitted information to protect the health and welfare of the university community. Although the Deans Consultation Committee will take all steps possible to ensure the privacy of reporters and other involved parties, they cannot guarantee confidentiality. If you are unsure about submitting a report or would like to speak to someone about completing this report, contact the Office of the Dean of Students and ask to speak with the Associate Dean of Students or Assistant Dean of Students at 541-346-3216.

Report a Concern