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FACULTY/STAFF > DEPARTMENTS & OFFICES > STUDENT LIFE > STUDENT CONDUCT > STUDENT CONDUCT PHILOSOPHY
Student Conduct Philosophy

In order to protect the welfare and freedom of its students, faculty and staff as well as University property from destruction and misuse, Robert Morris University has formulated the University Student Conduct Process. The University has an obligation to clarify those standards of behavior that it considers essential to its educational mission and its community life. These general behavioral expectations and the resultant specific regulations represent a reasonable standard of student conduct.

Operating a student conduct process in a university environment requires careful investigation and consideration of many factors. Each student will be regarded in light of his/her individual character, his/her actions, and the amenability of that student to the ideals of civility and respect for others. The university believes that each case and each student is unique. The decisions rendered in a particular case will be made from an educational perspective. The decisions will be based on whether or not the individual is fulfilling the responsibilities expected of a student at Robert Morris University.