If the alleged offense is also being processed under the Student Code, the University may advise off-campus authorities of the existence of the Student Code and how such matters are typically handled within the University community.
The University will attempt to cooperate with law enforcement and other agencies in the enforcement of criminal law on campus and in the condition imposed by criminal courts for the rehabilitation of student violators. Except in cases of temporary suspension ordered by the Chancellor or Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs as hereafter provided, suspension, expulsion or other disciplinary sanction for misconduct may not be imposed without a disciplinary proceeding in accordance with these Disciplinary Procedures. Nothing in these Disciplinary Procedures shall affect the jurisdiction of the Student Court of the Association of Students of the University of Nebraska (ASUN) with respect to ASUN constitutional matters, RSOs and other non-disciplinary student matters.
This Code of Conduct seeks to create standards, consistent with our values, of the highest order to which we hold our peers and ourselves.
All allegation of sexual misconduct, including, sexual assault, sexual violence, dating violence, domestic violence or stalking are investigated and addressed following the procedures set forth in the “University of Nebraska-Lincoln Response to Allegations of Student Sexual Conduct”, adopted pursuant to Board of Regents Policy 5.3.3, attached to this Student Code as Appendix “A,” or as Appendix “A” may be hereafter amended. Conduct – Rules and Regulations Any student found to have committed or to have attempted to commit the following misconduct is subject to the disciplinary sanctions outlined in Article IV: 1.
If a student placed on temporary suspension is ultimately found not guilty of misconduct, such student shall be allowed if at all possible to make up academic work missed while on temporary suspension. Administrative and Conduct Board Disciplinary Proceedings. The proposed administrative disposition shall list all Student Code violations with which the student or RSO is being charged as a result of the alleged misconduct.
Where an administrative disposition proposed by the Conduct Officer is not accepted in writing by the student or RSO, the student or RSO shall have the right to have the matter of the alleged misconduct referred to the University Conduct Board.
: Presenting the work of another as one’s own (i.e., without proper acknowledgement of the source) and submitting examination, theses, reports, speeches, drawings, laboratory notes or other academic work in whole or in part as one’s own when such work has been prepared by another person or copied from another person.
Acts of academic dishonesty, including but not limited to the following: : Copying or attempting to copy from an academic test or examination of another student; using or attempting to use unauthorized materials, information, notes, study aids or other devices for an academic test, examination or exercise; engaging or attempting to engage the assistance of another individual in misrepresenting the academic performance of a student; or communication information in an unauthorized manner to another person for an academic test, examination or exercise.
: Falsifying or fabricating any information or citation in any academic exercise, work, speech, research, test or examination.
It is the obligation of the student to know whether collaboration is permitted.
: Misrepresentation by fabrication an otherwise justifiable excuse such as illness, injury, accident, etc., in order to avoid or delay timely submission of academic work or to avoid or delay the taking of a test or examination.
The student or RSO shall have three (3) school days within which to accept or reject an administrative disposition proposed by the Conduct Officer.