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   Student Conduct Code/Academic Impropriety Policy
Washburn University strives to provide an environment in which students may pursue their educational interests. Therefore, students are expected to conduct themselves in a manner that promotes learning and academic integrity and preserves academic freedom for all. Conduct standards are set forth in the Student Conduct Code. Academic conduct standards are set forth in the Academic Impropriety Policy.
The students of Washburn University are responsible for complying with policies, standards, rules and requirements for academic and social behavior. The SCC provides students, faculty and staff an avenue for dealing with behavior they find nonproductive or unsafe. It also affords students due process in the matter of alleged violations of University standards, rules and requirements governing academic and social conduct of students.
Office of Student Life Morgan Hall 240 785.670.2100
Equal Opportunity Non-Discrimination
(Harassment, Sexual Violence and Retaliation)
Washburn University is committed to providing an environment for individuals to pursue educational and employment opportunities free from discrimination and/or harassment. The University prohibits discrimination on the basis of race, color, religion, age, national origin, ancestry, disability, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, genetic information, veteran status or marital or parental status. Each unit within the University is charged with conducting its programs and activities in accordance with the University commitment to equal opportunity for all.
Dr. Pamela Foster
Equal Opportunity Director, Title IX Coordinator, ADA Coordinator Morgan Hall 200K
University Behavioral Assessment Team (UBAT)
The University Behavioral Assessment Team (UBAT) is an interdisciplinary team with members from various University units that responds to concerns regarding student, faculty or staff behavior that may appear troubling, disruptive or threatening to the campus environment. When notified of concerning behavior, the UBAT will initiate a full and prompt review, assessing the level of concern and formulating a response plan.
In a non-emergency, contact any UBAT member: If there is a perceived imminent danger, always contact the Washburn University Police immediately at 911 or 785.670.1153.

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