The Office of Residential Life and Student Conduct is located on the second floor of the Campus Center, Suite 206, and handles on-campus housing programs and services as well as all aspects of the Student Conduct Process.
The Office of Residential Life strives to enhance the development of our students by providing a supportive and safe living-learning environment within our residence halls. We, along with our residential students, share the responsibility of creating and maintaining a positive community that is conducive to student success.
At the end of each semester, students must move out of the residence halls 24 hours after their last final exam. During break periods, students may request to stay on campus. All break housing requests are subject to the Break Housing Policy, including the break housing fee. No student may remain on campus for winter break.
The Office of Student Conduct creates and supports a culture of responsibility, accountability, and community. We consider the student conduct process to be educational in nature and seek to provide a learning experience to all those involved in the process while maintaining fairness in all parts of the process
The Student Code of Conduct and all related College policies, procedures, and information are available at: Student Conduct Policies and Procedures.
The Student Conduct Office can be reached at (585) 385-8007 or firstname.lastname@example.org.