The Office of the Dean of Students can help support you with a variety of needs that may come up during the course of your academic career.
Your academic success depends on your ability to uphold academic integrity in all the work you do. By understanding what academic integrity is while also understanding what constitutes a violation of academic integrity, you will be better equipped to be a successful student.
As a member of the Boise State campus community, you are responsible for your conduct as a Boise State student.
Conduct Record Maintenance
Conduct records are maintained by The Office of the Dean of Students for 7 years, with the exception of incidents resulting in suspension or expulsion which are maintained indefinitely. Information about student conduct records may be disclosed to external entities with the written consent from the student involved. Conduct records may be disclosed to other University officials on a need-to-know case-by-case basis (ex: Financial Aid and Registrar’s Office may need to be informed of a student’s conduct record to move forward with processes in those areas).
Student Code of Conduct
The Student Code of Conduct, and the processes of its administration and enforcement, serves to maintain the standards of the university community.
University Conduct Body
The Boise State University Conduct Body is comprised of students, faculty, and staff members at Boise State University. The Conduct Body serve on both the University Conduct Hearing Board and the University Appellate Board.