The Office of Student Conduct and Community Standards promotes and supports a civil, healthy, and safe campus community through the establishment and administration of standards outlined in the Statement of Student Rights and Responsibilities.
When incidents occur, primarily on campus, and University of Michigan-Flint students are involved, the Office of Student Conduct and Community Standards is the main university entity that works with students to resolve disciplinary matters.
Students are the engine of the University of Michigan-Flint. Through the disciplinary process, our goal is to assist students in helping them understand the impact of their behavior and actions have on the global community. We are also committed to helping students with making future decisions that will lead to professional and personal success.
The Office of Student Conduct and Community Standards also provides conflict resolution services that assist students in examining personal values, goals, and behaviors, while resolving disputes in a fair and effective manner. If you find yourself in conflict with another student, our services and resources can provide you with valuable skills to resolve current and future disputes.
To this end, we provide:
- Consultation services and conflict resolution through mediation and other informal problem solving practices
- Coordination of campus resources in resolution of behavioral issues
- Interpretation of campus policies and procedures
- Adjudication and resolution of formal student conduct incidents