Forms & Resources
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A charge letter is sent to a student accused of violating the Student Conduct Code. It contains specific alleged violations as well as a scheduled meeting time.
Reporting an Incident
Students have the following options for reporting an incident:
Student shall mean any person taking courses at the University or enrolled in a University program; any person participating as a student in University activities prior to the start of classes; any student who is not enrolled or registered for a particular term but has a continuing relationship with the University; any student who withdraws, transfers, or graduates after an alleged violation of the Student Conduct Code; and any already graduated student when the conduct at issue implicates the student’s University degree.
Alleged violations of the Student Conduct Code may occur:
Complainant:the individual(s) or organization which brought forward the alleged charge. The University may also act as the complainant.
The University will protect the rights of all parties involved to the best of its ability. The rights of parties involved include, but are not limited to, the following:
Shared Rights. All parties have the right to:
Respondents have the right to:
Complainants have the right to:
As a UMD student, you represent the University community. The University holds students to a high standard both on and off campus. Accordingly, conduct not representative of those standards may result in appropriate sanctions.
A hold may be placed on a student account to ensure compliance with meetings or sanctions as assigned. To check holds on your account, click here. To resolve a registration hold, please contact the Office of Student Conduct.
Release of Information
As a student, your educational records are protected. To share information with parents or family members, the student involved should have a FERPA Information Release waiver on file.