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What's expected of your student


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Student Code of Conduct

All University of Colorado Denver students must adhere to the behavioral standards and expectations outlined in the Student Code of Conduct.  Procedures for due process and general policies may be found inside the Student Code of Conduct, which you may download from the left-hand menu bar.   Additionally, students living in Campus Village Apartments must adhere to the Campus Village Handbook.  This can be viewed and downloaded at the Campus Village Apartments website, www.campusvillageliving.com.

Parent Notification Letter

We send parent notification letters to the parent(s) or guardian(s) of students when a student, under 21 years of age, has been involved in an alcohol or drug incident. A partnership between the parent(s) and the institution is valuable to working with your student. We hope that this letter will allow you to open the door to talk with your student regarding expectations about alcohol and drug use while at school.

Student Records

Student Disciplinary Records are confidential as required by law. The Family Education Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) protects the privacy of student records. No party, aside from the student and those with a legitimate educational need, may view a student’s record without express written consent of the student. If your student wants to know what is in his or her record, s/he may request to view the record through our office.

Academic Integrity

Academic Integrity violations are handled by each individual college or school. If you have questions about the process or potential outcomes, please contact the college or school in which the violation is being investigated.

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