Office of Student Conduct and Community Standards

Mission Statement

The Office of Student Conduct and Community Standards (OSC&CS) is dedicated to educating the University about appropriate behavior and fostering a safe environment where academic and personal success can occur. We seek to develop students into accountable leaders both on and off campus by challenging them to engage in rational 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. We develop intentional sanctions that foster critical thinking and help students understand the impact of their choices.

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Meet the Team

Meet the staff of the Office of Student Conduct and Community Standards.  Learn more

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get involved

Participate in campus accountability by serving on a hearing board. Learn more

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report an incident / concern

Let us know about concerns of policy violations or student well-being.  Learn more

 
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conduct process

What to expect when going through the student conduct process. Learn more

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conduct policies

Important expectations for our students, student groups and student organizations.  Learn more

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forms

Forms you may need during the conduct process. Learn more

 
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records request

Request for conduct and police records. Learn more

LAND ACKNOWLEDGMENT STATEMENT 

An acknowledgment of the land is a formal statement that recognizes Indigenous Peoples as the traditional stewards of this land and the enduring relationship that exists between Indigenous Peoples and their traditional territories.

The University of Toledo acknowledges that the region of Ohio in which the University sits on the ancestral homelands of the Odawa, Seneca and Erie and as well as places of trade of indigenous peoples, including the Anishinaabe (Ojibwa, Pottawatomi), Eel River, Lenape, Kaskaskia, Kickapoo, Miami, Munsee, Peoria, Piankashaw, Shawnee, Wea and Wyandot. As a steward of public lands, it is our responsibility to understand the history of the land, the peoples who came before us, and their continuing ties to this place.  We thank them for their strength and resilience in protecting this land, and aspire to uphold our responsibilities according to their example.

Last Updated: 9/21/21