Did you know the most common policy violations for students living on campus are related to alcohol and fire safety? Knowing the rules is essential to following them. All residents are expected to read the Guide to Residential Living which includes to all residence hall policies, a summary of the conduct process, and helpful information for all residents.
Residents who concerned that someone in their hall is violating a policy should contact their Resident Assistant or the RA On Call immediately. RA On Call phone numbers are posted on the digital signage in the lobby of each residence hall. Residents may also report an incident or concern using our online reporting form. The concern will be routed to a University Housing and Residence Life staff member for review and follow up.
Questions regarding the conduct process for students living on campus may be addressed to Maureen Young, Assistant Director of Residence Life.
Auburn University values freedom of expression and the open exchange of ideas. While openness protects the expression of controversial ideas, there are times when actions or conduct can negatively affect individuals or groups. A bias incident involves actions committed against or directed toward a person or property that are motivated, in whole or in part, by bias against race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender, gender expression, gender identity, national or ethnic origin, age, disability, or other protected classes as required by law and that interferes with one’s educational opportunities or disrupts the learning environment. Learn more about how to report a potentially bias-related incident.