Student Conduct and Intervention
The Office of Student Conduct and Intervention supports UT Tyler's mission by reviewing and resolving alleged violations of University Policies, Student Code of Conduct, and departmental/university-level policies in a fair, honest, and socially just manner that honors a student's holistic development. Foundational to our work is the education of students through prevention, intervention, and leadership opportunities. The student conduct process is intended to:
- Respond to alleged violations of the Student Code of Conduct and University Policies and Procedures;
- Serve as an educational experience promoting the holistic development of the student; and
- Provide students with the opportunities to become citizen leaders by assuming a central role in the education of fellow students, adjudication of alleged student conduct violations, and development of student conduct policies.
Commitment to FERPA
The Office of Student Conduct and Intervention and the Campus Assessment, Response, and Evaluation (CARE) Team respects a student's right to privacy, and therefore, cannot provide information restricted by the Family Education Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA). FERPA is a Federal law that protects the privacy of student educational records and gives students (over the age of 18 or attending an institution of higher education) the right to access and correct their records. Other than directory information, information contained in the educational records cannot be shared without the students' written consent.Learn More...