I. STUDENT CONDUCT PROCESS - UNIVERSITY LEVEL
Matters involving alleged violations of the Rules for the Maintenance of Public Order and the Policy on Student Conduct that fall under Senate jurisdiction are currently addressed through the Student Disciplinary Procedures (1978).
II. STUDENT CONDUCT PROCESS - SEXUAL MISCONDUCT
Allegations of sexual misconduct are reviewed in accordance with the University's procedures for Reporting, Investigating, and Resolving Sexual Misconduct, Relationship Violence, and Stalking Complaints Against Students.
III. STUDENT CONDUCT PROCESS - RESIDENTIAL LIFE
Incidents occurring in residence halls managed by the Office of Residential Life and Housing Services are addressed under the Residential Life Student Conduct Procedures. Where a residence hall incident involves conduct requiring University level action, the matter may be referred to the University Student Disciplinary Procedures cited above.
IV. STUDENT ORGANIZATION CONDUCT PROCESS
The Center for Student Life (CSL) has authority to consider matters involving actions by student clubs and organizations, including fraternities and sororities, that may violate the terms of their recognition or University programming policies.
Behavior by clubs or organizations, or their individual members, that may involve violations of University policy will be referred to the Office of Student Conduct and Community Standards. Allegations against student organizations will be reviewed under these procedures.
V. STUDENT CONDUCT PROCESS - ACADEMIC SCHOOLS
Each academic school at New York University has jurisdiction over behavior which occurs within that School and affects the School community. Such matters may include questions of academic integrity as well as allegations of violations of other School or University policy. Please consult the handbook of the School to review its policies.
VI. STUDENT CONDUCT PROCESS - STUDY AWAY SITES
Students who are studying away are responsible for abiding by the Study Away Standard as well as any other local policies. General matters involving alleged violations of University policies by students at one of the University’s Study Away Sites are managed through the Study Away Site Student Conduct Process.