The Center for Student Rights and Responsibilities provides an array of different services to the University. Services provided are as follows:
- Investigate alleged violations of university policies.
- Conduct hearings
- Provide information and consultation to faculty, staff, students, and parents (if a student has filled out a release for allowing the parent to access their information) regarding student conduct.
- Mediate conflicts between students and/or recognized student organizations, as possible
- Respond to conduct record checks by outside agencies
- Annually update
The conduct system at the University of Alaska Fairbanks is designed to be non-adversarial, with the intent of promoting behavioral change in the student while protecting the rights of the members of the university community.
When responding to behavior that violates federal, state, and local laws and ordinances, the Center for Student Rights and Responsibilities does not replace the criminal justice system or other legal responses; rather, we adjudicate alleged behaviors separately from any legal action that is taken. Students and recognized organizations that violate law and university student conduct system.
University policies and regulations are provided in the Student Code of Conduct.
Evaluation of Services
The conduct process is tough on students with there everyday responsibilities like classes, homework, and being away from family. If there are any issues with our process we would like to hear your feedback. Please fill out the corresponding survey.
- Accused Student Survey
- Parent/Guardian Survey
- Referring Party Survey
- Witness Survey
If you still can not find the answers you are looking for please feel free to contact us at (907) 474-7317 or by email at email@example.com.