Maintaining of Records and Providing Assistance
The Office of Student Affairs will be the central office for maintaining records and providing assistance with cases. Students and instructors may call the Associate Vice President of Student Affairs and Auxiliary Services for clarification and assistance when reporting, or in the case of instructors, when adjudicating an alleged violation of the Honor Code.
Q-Drop and Withdrawal Policy
Students who are accused of an Honor Code violation may not Q-drop or withdraw from the course in which the alleged behavior occurred. After a case is adjudicated and the student is found not responsible, the student may be allowed to Q-drop or withdraw from the course. A class previously Q-dropped or a class from which the student has previously withdrawn may be reinstated in a student’s record if a violation is found to have occurred after the student successfully Q-dropped or withdrew from the course.
The Associate Vice President of Student Affairs and Auxiliary Services has the option of extending deadlines for extenuating circumstances.