- Message from the Vice President for Student Affairs
- Mission of the University
- Logo of the University of North Dakota
- Fighting Sioux Logo
- Seal of the University of North Dakota
- Code of Spectator Conduct
- Review and Amendment Process for the Code of Student Life
- Section 1: General University Policies
- Section 2: Conduct Regulations and Procedures
- Section 3: Emergency Situations, Emergency Suspension, Temporary Conditions, and Emergency Suspension Review Hearings Before the SRC
- Section 4: Sexual Violence Protocols
- Section 5: The Use of University Facilities
- Section 6: Student Organizations
- Section 7: Student Health Services and University Health Policies
- Section 8: Student Records
- Appendix I: Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Policy Statement and Procedures for Complaints of Discrimination or Harassment
- Appendix II: Dismissal/Grievance Procedures for Student Employees
- Appendix IIIa: Academic Concerns
- Appendix IIIb: Financial Aid Information
- Appendix IIIc: Academic Freedom
- Appendix IV: Information Technology Policies
- Appendix V: Drug-Free Schools and Communities Act Information
- Appendix VI: Notice of Annual Security Report
- Appendix VII: Student Relations Commitee (SRC)
A Message from your Vice President for Student Affairs
Welcome to the University of North Dakota! The University represents a learning community dedicated to the intellectual and personal growth of our students. It is an environment where all faculty, staff, and students deserve to be treated with dignity and respect.
In 1996, the University Senate passed a Community Values Statement on how to strengthen the UND Community. This statement affirms the following:
1. That everyone be allowed to work, learn and live in a safe, caring environment.
2. That everyone learn about, understand, appreciate and respect varied cultures.
3. That everyone matters.
4. That all individuals be respected and treated with dignity and civility.
5. That everyone continue to share in the responsibility of making UND a better place.
The Code of Student Life serves not only as a guide for the University disciplinary system, but also as a part of the educational experience. The purpose of the Code is to provide the rights and responsibilities of all individuals and to ensure fair treatment of all students. We take these policies and processes seriously and believe it is our responsibility to help students learn about the choices they make, about the consequences for their decisions, and about how to respect others.
Welcome to the UND community. We are glad you are here.
Lori Reesor, Ph.D.
Vice President for Student Affairs