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STUDENT CONDUCT AND COMMUNITY STANDARDS

Information to Manage Student Issues

Disruptive or inappropriate behavior
Courts have ruled that negative action (non-academic) taken against a student must follow processes outlined by the university and must allow for due process.  At WSU, this process is outlined in 8.05 of the Policies and Procedures Manual, the Student Code of Conduct.  Administration of the Code has been designated to the Director of Student Conduct and Community Standards by the President.  Taking action outside this process may expose university and/or personal liability. To report disruptive or inappropriate behavior, please fill out an incident report online marked as conduct or contact:

Wade Robinson
Vice President for Student Engagement
(316) 978-6681
wade.robinson@wichita.edu

Concerning Behavior
Examples could include: mental health concern, eating disorder, suicidal ideation, significant change in personality, significant hygiene issue. To report a concerning behavior issue, please fill out an incident report online marked as concerning behavior or contact the University Behavioral Intervention Team (UBIT) at 316-978-8248.

Sexual Harassment/Assault
Once you are informed of possible harassment/assault, the university is under obligation to act.  You must notify the designated university staff person immediately.  Do not promise confidentiality.  Encourage individual to report to law enforcement, but do not force them to do so and don’t do it for them.  Do not disclose information to any other individual. To report sexual harrassment or sexual assault, please contact any of the following people:

For complaints by faculty:  Dr. GlenMaye, 978-5054 , linnea.glenmaye@wichita.edu
For complaints by students: Wade Robinson, 978-6681, wade.robinson@wichita.edu
Any complaint:  Ted Ayres, 978-6791 , ted.ayres@wichita.edu

Academic-related Issues
To report an academic-related issue, please contact:

Dr. Rick Muma, 978-5761, richard.muma@wichita.edu

Breakdown of conduct violation by college for August 1, 2012 - December 31, 2012
College Number of Violations % of all Violations
Liberal Arts & Sciences 43 19%
Business 33 15%
Education 22 10%
Engineering 36 16%
Fine Arts 7 3%
Graduate 11 5%
Health Professions 24 11%
Guest/Other 22 10%
Intensive English 23 10%