Office of Student Conduct

The mission of the Office of Student Conduct is to assist students in making positive decisions and being responsible citizens in the Quinnipiac and surrounding communities. Using the Student Code of Conduct as a foundation for community standards, the office offers resources and education to students, staff and parents.

The Office of Student Conduct:

  • advises and assists parties involved in conduct proceedings
  • trains and advises student conduct officers and student leaders
  • reviews decisions of the code of conduct process
  • maintains all student disciplinary records
  • collects and disseminates research and analysis concerning student conduct
  • provides educational outreach programs for students

The Office of Student Conduct is located in the Student Affairs Building on Bobcat Way and is open Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. For more information please call 203-582-8753.

Making a Referral to the Office of Student Conduct

CARE and Conduct Incident Reporting Form

The CARE and Conduct Incident Reporting Form should be used to report any behaviors of concern to the appropriate individuals at Quinnipiac University, including but not limited to: concerns related to the well-being of a student, potential violations of the Student Code of Conduct, and general student behavioral concerns regardless of whether they occur on or off campus.

NOTE: The form should NOT be used to report emergencies. If you or another person is in immediate danger, a student is about to harm themselves or others, and/or if a student is found gravely disabled and cannot care for their health and safety please call 911 immediately. If you need immediate assistance in non-emergency situations or are concerned about the well-being of a student outside of business hours, please call Public Safety at 203-582-6200.

Student Learning Outcomes

As a result of participating in the Student Conduct process, students will:

  1.  Critical Thinking and Reasoning: Analyze their behavior and its effect on the community.
  2. Responsible Citizenship: Identify the impact of personal decisions.
  3. Social Intelligence: Define their personal values.