The Office of Student Conduct & Academic Integrity (OSCAI) oversees the administration of the student conduct system as outlined in the Code of Student Conduct. Through our interactions with students, we hope to foster a climate of personal and academic integrity that facilitates the success of all University community members.
The specific objectives of the student conduct system are as follows:
- Create an environment that provides the best opportunity for academic inquiry and learning;
- Assure students a fundamentally fair opportunity to resolve allegations when they have been accused of violating the Code;
- To protect members of the University community from harm resulting from the misconduct of the few students who fail to respect the rights of others; and
- To help ensure order in the University community.
Philosophy of Student Conduct Administration
It is important to note that our student conduct process is designed to be primarily educational in nature. Through our interactions with students, we strive to support the educational missions of Old Dominion Unviersity and the Division of Student Engagement & Enrollment Services. Toward this goal, our process is designed to provide students with opportunities for dialogue and reflection.
Being a Monarch has its privileges! Monarch citizenship also comes with certain rights and responsibilities. Responsible Monarchs follow these guidelines and enjoy the privileges!
ODU's community standards are based on the ideals of the Monarch Creed. The Code of Student Conduct further establishes specific standards for student behavior. In addition, the Honor Code embodies Old Dominion University's standards to guide students as scholars in their academic endeavors.
Our community standards are based upon ideals of the Monarch Creed. The Code of Student Conduct further establishes specific standards for student behavior. In addition, the Honor Code embodies Old Dominion University's standards to guide students as scholars in the academic endeavors.
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