Student Code of Conduct

 

Students, faculty, administrators, and staff of the Renée Crown University Honors Program support the conduct guidelines of “Integrity, respect for the person and property of others and a commitment to intellectual and personal growth in a diverse population” that are outlined in Syracuse University’s Code of Student Conduct.
The Honors Program follows the University’s procedures of the Student Conduct System. Those policies and the relevant procedures are available at http://studentconduct.syr.edu.

Participation in the Honors Program is contingent on a student’s good standing with the University Student Conduct System. The Office of Student Rights and Responsibilities will notify the Honors Program of students who have been found to violate the policy with a penalty of disciplinary probation or higher. The Honors Program will review only closed cases, after all appeals through the OSRR have been exhausted.

If a student is placed on disciplinary probation, the Honors Program reserves the right to remove the student permanently from the Program. If a student is placed on disciplinary probation, but not removed from the program, the student will receive standard sanctions that constitute a loss of privileges (student will be ineligible for early registration status and will be ineligible to apply for or receive funding from the Program) during the period of disciplinary probation. Any student suspended from the University will be removed permanently from the Honors Program. There will be no appeal process for these decisions.

By participating in the Honors Program, students are automatically subject to this policy.