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Student Conduct Code


Did You Know?
• The General Expectations of Baylor Students are found in the Student Conduct Code.

• Your Baylor ID card is not transferable and giving it to another student can result in disciplinary action and a loss of certain access priviliges.

• If you give your e-mail password to a friend or if you use another student's e-mail account, you are violating policy.

• Entering a secured area without proper authorization is a violation of policy.

• The standard of proof used in the Disciplinary process is a preponderance of the evidence.


The Baylor University Student Conduct Code applies to all students. While attending Baylor, students are expected to become familiar with and follow the guidelines outlined in this student conduct code. General information and expectations, as well as the specifics of the student conduct process, are outlined in this student conduct code.

To review the Baylor University Student Conduct Code, please click the link below:

Student Conduct Code


For a flow chart view of the Student Conduct Code process, please select the link below: This is a general overview of the process and it is not intended to communicate exact detail. Please see the Baylor University Student Conduct Code listed above for the complete process.

Flow Chart Link

(This flow chart is in PDF which will allow you to zoom in so that you can easily read each section.)


VICTIM'S RIGHTS

Upon written request, the Judicial Affairs Office will disclose to the alleged victim of any crime of violence or nonforciblele sex offense, the results of any disciplinary proceeding conducted by the institution against a student who is the alleged perpetrator of such crime or offense. If the alleged victim is deceased as a result of the crime or offense, the information shall be provided, upon request, to the next of kin of the alleged victim.

In cases of sex offenses, both the accused student and the complainant will have an equal opportunity to have notice of the hearing, to have access to any evidence that will be presented at the hearing, to attend the full hearing, to present evidence and witnesses, to question witnesses at the hearing, to be notified in writing of the outcome of the hearing and sanctions if applicable, and to be notified of the appeal process.

For additional information regarding victim's rights,
visit the Victim's Rights information page.

Modified: 6-5-2012