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Student Conduct


The mission of the student conduct program is to develop students and support the campus community through the application of a fair and equitable student conduct process for addressing violations of the Student Code of Conduct.  

How to File a Student Conduct Report

Members of the campus community who wish to file a complaint about a student's or a student organization's conduct whom they believe violated University rules and regulations may do so through the appropriate link below.    

For more information about filing a student conduct incident report and what the Complainant's role may be during the student conduct process, please refer to the following guide:  Filing A Student Conduct Incident 

    For student conduct incidents

    For law enforcement concerns 

Worried or Concerned About a Student? Contact KUBIT:  KU Behavioral Intervention Team

If you are concerned about the welfare and well-being of a student, reach out to the KU Behavioral Intervention Team (KUBIT) to submit a concern. Examples include concerns about: mental health concerns, eating disorders, substance abuse, threats of harm to self or others, dealing with the loss of a loved one, etc. In most cases, KUBIT will be able to reach out to the student and offer assistance or provide a referral or suggestions for additional help.