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Student Conduct Information

Students should refer to the Code of Student Conduct for details regarding any university disciplinary policies and procedures. Information about the Student Conduct Process is also available to students, parents and families on the RMU web site on the Student Conduct page. Students with questions about the Student Conduct Process should contact Mr. Scott Irlbacher, Director of Special Programs and Student Community Standards at (412) 397-2596.

It is important to note that students or their guest(s) who are found to be violating university policy or knowingly and willingly in the presence of a violation of university policy, may be held responsible for their actions according to the University Student Conduct Process. All students and their guests are expected to comply with all directives from university and Residence Life staff.