Academic Integrity at Washington University
The Office of Student Conduct and Community Standards educates students about the standards and community expectations in our academic community.
Academic Integrity Deans
Meet the academic integrity deans in each school and learn how to contact them.
Frequently Asked Questions for Student Conduct
Learn about the process and sanctions for student conduct proceedings.
Hazing: Information and Reporting
We all can assume responsibility to ensure that our campus is safe and violence-free.
Mission of the Office of Student Conduct and Community Standards
Office of Student Conduct and Community Standards is responsible for maintaining university policies and procedures governing appropriate student conduct.
Payment of Student Fines
See the payment methods the Office of Student Conduct and Community Standards accepts for paying student fines.
Student Conduct Board
The SCB is composed of faculty members, undergraduate student members, graduate/professional student members, administrative or staff members, and a chairperson.
Student Conduct Incident Report
If you believe that you have witnessed or been victim of a violation of the student code of conduct, utilize the incident report form.
Student Conduct Record Request
To request information regarding findings of responsibility within your student conduct record, please submit this form.
Student Conduct Records
All incidents of behavior that occur on campus are considered as part of the students’ conduct record with the university.
Student Conduct Resources for Instructors, Advisors and Teaching Assistants
View academic integrity information targeted to faculty, advisors and TAs.
University Sexual Harassment Investigation Board (USHIB)
The USHIB is comprised of faculty, staff and students appointed by the chancellor and trained to investigate complaints involving allegations of sexual assault.
University Student Conduct Code
The University Student Conduct Code sets forth community standards and expectations for Washington University students.