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Student Handbook

The Source is the University of Hartford’s student handbook, designed to introduce students to the programs and services offered by the University. It is also meant to inform students of all University policies and regulations. It is the responsibility of each student to be familiar with these policies, including the Student Code of Conduct.

Members of the university community who have a question about the Student Code of Conduct should contact the Dean of Students Office at 860.768.4285 or stop by room 307 in the Gengras Student Union.

Student Code of Conduct

Below is an overview of the University's Student Code of Conduct. The complete Student Code of Conduct can be found in the last section of The Source, the official student handbook for the University of Hartford. 

Introduction

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Basic Premise

The University has the power and responsibility to take proper disciplinary action against students whose behavior threatens or disrupts the mission of the University. This is the general principle governing the jurisdiction of the disciplinary authorities of the University. It means that the disciplinary powers of the University extend to behavior that disrupts the educational process and other activities that are recognized as the lawful mission of the University. It also means that it extends to behavior that violates the peace and order of the University in such a manner that members of the University cannot go about their proper business secure in their persons and property. Behaviors that violate the Code of Student Conduct may also violate criminal or civil law, and as such may be additionally subject to proceedings under the external justice system. The Code of Student Conduct in no way precludes a person who incurs damage or injury from seeking redress in the civil or criminal courts. Students have responsibility for knowing and abiding by the policies of the University.