The Office of Student Conduct and Community Standards, located on the third floor of the Howard Gittis Student Center, is responsible for administering the Student Conduct Code. Violations of the university's Conduct Code, including among other things, stealing, cheating, disorderly conduct, plagiarism, and illegal possession/use of alcohol and other drugs, may result in a student being brought before one of the Student Conduct Boards, as outlined in the Student Conduct Code. Student Conduct and Community Standards facilitates the student conduct process striving to create a campus environment conducive to learning. The process is designed to help students realize their role in maintaining campus civility through educational programming and sanctioning as well as through the participants on the student conduct boards.
The Student Conduct Code can be found online at the Temple University's Policies web site as policy # 03.70.12.