During the Fall 2020 semester, the Office of the Dean of Students will be conducting business remotely as well as in-person. However, in-person meetings will be by appointment only. To schedule an appointment, you may call 719-255-3091. You can also communicate with our office by sending an email to dos@uccs.edu or email a specific staff member using the contact information on our home page. The office will continue to provide resources through our CARE Team, respond to Student Code of Conduct matters, and be available for student questions or concerns. We want to thank you in advance for your patience and understanding during this time.

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Student Conduct

Conduct

Student Conduct

  • Under UCCS policy Sexual Misconduct includes: Sexual assault non-consensual sexual intercourse; Sexual assault: non-consensual sexual contact; Sexual exploitation Intimate partner abuse (including domestic or dating violence); Gender/sex-based stalking; Sexual harassment; Retaliation as related to any form of sexual misconduct described. Any investigation of an alleged sexual misconduct violation is guided by policies and procedures provided by the Office of Institutional Equity.

     

    UCCS Sexual Misconduct Policy

  • UCCS prohibits discrimination and harassment based on 15 protected class statuses. The Office of institutional Equity investigates all allegations of protected class discrimination and harassment.

     

    Protected Class Discrimination Harassment

  • The Office of Institutional Equity (OIE) investigates all complaints of protected class harassment and/or discrimination and/or sexual misconduct. This document describes the investigation process and procedures.

     

    Investigation Procedures

  • For students who choose to live on campus, there are additional expectations related to community living. All housing students are expected to follow the policies instated by the Office of Residence Life and Housing.

     

    Office of Residence Life and Housing Policies

  • Academic integrity is expected of every student. The code of ethics defines clear academic expectations for students.

     

    Student Academic Ethics Code Policy

  • This policy reviews the rules and responsibilities of classroom etiquette.

     

    Student Classroom Behavior Policy

  • CU policy for weapons on campus.

     

    Weapons Policy

  • Procedures for addressing any alleged violations involving clubs and organizations, including fraternities and sororities.

     

    Club and Organization Conduct Process