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Student Conduct Program – Code of Conduct – Section 11

Boise State University

Student Code of Conduct

Section 11

Interpretation and Revision


A.  Interpretation

Any question of interpretation regarding the Student Code of Conduct will be referred to the
Vice President for Student Affairs or her/his designee for final determination.

B. Revision

The StudentCode of Conduct is subject to change.  In general, the Student Code of Conduct will undergo a review once every three years to determine if significant changes need to be made.  The review committee will include at least one representative each from the student body, the faculty, and the staff.  The review may be made sooner at the discretion of the Vice President of Student Affairs.

The University is responsible for notifying students when significant changes are made and students
are responsible for being aware of changes. For the most recent version of the Student Code of Conduct,
please visit: https://deanofstudents.boisestate.edu/student-code-of-conduct/.

 

State and Federal Laws Referenced

20 U.S.C. § 1232(g), 34 CFR pt. 99: Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA)
Idaho Code Section 18-1506: Sexual Abuse of a Child Under the Age of Sixteen Years
Idaho Code Section 18-1508: Lewd Conduct with Minor Child Under Sixteen
Idaho Code Section 18-6101: Rape
Idaho Code Section 18-6108: Male Rape
Title 17 United States Code, the Federal Copyright Act (the Copyright Act), §102-112

Portions of this document have been adapted from The NCHERM Group Model Code Project, 2013, the ATIXA

Boise State University Policies Referenced

1060: Non-Discrimination and Anti-Harassment
1065: Sexual Harassment, Sexual Misconduct, Dating Violence, Domestic Violence & Stalking
1090: Intellectual Property
12080: Possession of Firearms/Weapons on University Owned or Controlled Premises
2050: Maintaining Instructional Order
2250: Student Records
2280: Student Email Communications
5060: Misconduct in Research
9010: Pedestrian Safety

Last Revised
February 2015