Office of Student Conduct
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Office of Student Conduct


The Office of Student Conduct at the University of Memphis investigates allegations of individual student and organizational misconduct in a manner consistent with the University’s core values of fairness, honesty and integrity. In that endeavor, the Office of Student Conduct recognizes the importance of balancing the interests of the individual student/organization with those of the academic community while also preserving the integrity of the University and its principles.


The Office of Student Conduct administers the Code of Student Rights and Responsibilities and other student policies, including academic dishonesty, classroom disruptive behavior, peer-to-peer sexual harassment, sexual assault, and student organizations. Our responsibilities include investigating complaints filed against students, referring students for academic and personal counseling services, administrative adjudication of cases, and monitoring student completion of sanctions. We provide student ethical programming addressing issues of academic integrity, civility, and dispute resolution. 

Guiding Principles:

  • Maintain an environment which is conducive to academic success
  • Promote a safe and secure campus by protecting the rights of all members of the University of Memphis community
  • Encourage students to assume self and social responsibility
  • Provide opportunities for individual growth and development
  • Enhance student decision making and conflict resolution skills
  • Advance the development of student ethical values

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Office of Student Conduct
University of Memphis
359 University Center
Memphis, TN 38152

Phone: (901) 678-2298
Fax: (901) 678-4534

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Last Updated: 7/30/13