All students at the University of Colorado Denver are encouraged to review the Student Code of Conduct. This document outlines student rights and responsibilities, behavioral expectations, and the university conduct process. 

Additionally, students living at the Lynx Crossing residence hall, formerly Campus Village, must follow the policies outlined in the CU Denver Housing & Dining Resident Handbook.

For additional guidelines regarding community conduct, please refer to the CU Denver Disruptive Behavior Policy and the Academic Integrity Policy.

Each school or college has its own process for adjudicating allegations of academic integrity or misconduct. Please contact the associate dean of your school or college for more information.

Creating Better Outcomes

The Office of Conduct & Community Standards works to decrease behavior that negatively impacts the community and create plans to move forward after an incident occurs. We work closely with impacted community members, including students, professors, and staff. If you submit a report, please be aware that we will review the information and determine best steps. This may include contacting you for additional information and providing appropriate updates.

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What to Expect During the Conduct Process

The conduct process includes notification of potential violations and the opportunity for a conduct meeting. This is a one-on-one meeting with a conduct educator to discuss the incident, potential violations and future outcomes. To learn more about our office's approach to student conduct and conduct meetings, review this presentation.