Student Life

Student Conduct

Pictured above: Dan Burfeind, Brandi Veigh, Reggie Robles, Adam Waitt, Adam Ghovayzi, Cassandra Morton, Jared Rodrigues, Chad Latka, Kim Myers, James Warren

About the Office of Student Conduct


“…the University seeks to develop responsible citizenship as part of a complete education.”     

   – excerpt from the University of Redlands Mission Statement

The University of Redlands exists to provide education to its students, and the purpose of the residential campus community is to create an environment that fosters student well-being and academic success.  In service of that, the University must address any activities or situations that could threaten the safety or well-being of any member of the community, impede the normal operations of the University, or contribute to an environment that is not conducive to student academic achievement.

The Office of Student Conduct is tasked with determining if violations of University policies have occurred, and helping to determine an appropriate response for the good of both the community and the individual.  It is above all things an educational process; one that honors individuality and free choice, seeking to cultivate student growth and development through experience.  The core values embodied in the Code of Student Conduct include integrity, fairness, respect, community, and responsibility.

Our goal is for all participants in the student conduct process to have a beneficial educational experience.  Reflexively, the Office of Student Conduct is committed to participating in an ongoing dialogue with students and other members of the campus community so that we can better serve in helping the University of Redlands to truly become the “community of scholars” described in the University’s mission statement.

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Questions about sexual assault, harassment, relationship violence, or other sexual misconduct? Visit the University's Title IX webpage.

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