The student conduct process at the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point is an integral part of the educational mission of the university. The University's student conduct system emphasizes the development of each student’s acceptance of his/her own personal and social responsibilities.
A compassionate and supportive approach to student conduct is employed whenever possible.
The University student conduct process is designed to provide and help maintain an atmosphere within the University community that is conducive to academic achievement. Severe disciplinary action against a student, such as separation, or expulsion, are considered and sanctioned when other remedies fail to meet the needs of the University's mission.
UW-Stevens Point recognizes its responsibilities to all members of the academic community - students, faculty, and staff, and the protection of personal and institutional rights and property is a primary focus of the student conduct process. The rules, regulations, procedures, and policies concerning student rights, responsibilities, and student conduct and discipline are found in UW-Stevens Point Community Rights and Responsibilities Handbook.
The following resources may be helpful in understanding the student conduct process at UW-Stevens Point:
- Academic Behavioral Misconduct Procedure Flowchart
- Conduct Board Hearing Procedures Flowchart
- Confidentiality Waiver
- Non-Academic Behavioral Misconduct Procedure Flowchart
- Non-Academic Behavioral Misconduct Procedure Flowchart (Residential Living)
- UW-Stevens Point Rights and Responsibilities Handbook