Office of Student Conduct and Community Standards


As members of The University of Toledo community, all students and student organizations should become familiar with the Student Code of Conduct. All students are responsible for his/her conduct from the time of application for admission through the actual awarding of a degree. The code outlines the universities expectations for behavior, and the procedures in place for violation of these expectations.

This site is a resource for students, families, faculty, and staff, providing information about the Office of Student Conduct and Community Standards, our services, and the Student Conduct Process. We are here not only to interpret and enforce the Student Code of Conduct, but also to assist those who may have been impacted by any student's/student organizations actions.

As the University Conduct Officer, I encourage you to explore our website. My team and I are here to assist you with any questions or concerns you may have.

Ashleigh J. Wade, M.Ed.
Associate Dean of Students & Director of Student Conduct and Community Standards

Mission Statement

The Office of Student Conduct and Community Standards (OSC&CS) is dedicated to educating the University Community about appropriate community behavior, and fostering a safe community where academic and personal success can occur.  We seek to develop students into global citizens and future leaders by challenging them to engage in responsible and ethical decision-making.

When community expectations are violated, the OSC&CS holds students accountable for their behavior in an equitable, impartial, and consistent process that promotes respect. We develop intentional sanctions that foster critical thinking, and help students understand the impact their choices have for their immediate and future student experience. 

Last Updated: 7/30/18