Frequently Asked Questions for Faculty and Staff
What is the Office of Student Conduct?
The Office of Student Conduct is responsible for the administration of the Code of Student Conduct provides a fair and educational student conduct process for students and student organizations. The Office of Student Conduct educates the Auburn University community about student’s responsibilities, rights, and expectations. Additionally, Dean’s Certification requests are processed and completed by the Office of Student Conduct.
In addition the Office of Student Conduct Case manager can help you access referrals to student services on and off campus, including counseling, sexual assault information and services, alcohol and drug education programs, mediation and conflict resolution, and more.
Where is the Office of Student Conduct located and what are the office hours?
The Office of Student Conduct is located on the third floor of the Student Center in Suite 3231. Office hours are Monday - Friday, 7:45 a.m. - 4:45 p.m.
Where can I find a copy of the Code of Student Discipline?
The Code can be found here: Code of Student Conduct.
You may also pick up a copy of the Code on the third floor of the Student Center in Suite 3231.
Who can file a Code of Student Conduct complaint/charge?
Any Auburn University faculty member, staff member, and/or a student may make a complaint/charge against an enrolled Auburn University student for a violation(s) of the Code.
How do I file a report of an alleged Code of Student Conduct violation?
If after viewing the Code of Student Conduct, a faculty/staff member believes a violation of the code has occurred he/she must submit a complaint to the Office of Student Conduct. The complaint must be submitted to email@example.com or delivered in person to the Office of Student Conduct in Suite 3231 of the AU Student Center as soon as possible after the event takes place, but no later than 15 working days after detection of the alleged violation. In the event the charge is made more than 15 working days after the detection of the alleged violation, a conduct officer, upon a showing of good cause by the charging party, may allow the charge to proceed in his or her discretion.