Jul 20, 2019  
Undergraduate Catalog | 2018-2019 
    
Undergraduate Catalog | 2018-2019 Previous Edition

University Regulation of Student Conduct




As students willingly accept the benefits of membership in the UNC Charlotte community, they also commit to obligations to observe and uphold the principles and standards of conduct that reflect the values of the UNC Charlotte community.

At UNC Charlotte, University Policy 406, The Code of Student Responsibility, fulfills the duty of the Chancellor to regulate matters of student conduct in the University community.  University Policy 407, The Code of Student Academic Integrity, governs student behavior relating to academic work.  All UNC Charlotte students are expected to be familiar with both Codes and to conduct themselves in accordance with these requirements.  Any person may report an alleged violation(s) of the Code online at incidentreport.uncc.edu.  Individuals may report crimes or incidents involving imminent threat of harm to Police and Public Safety at 704-687-2200.

The University has also established a program for the prevention of the use of illegal drugs and alcohol abuse (University Policy 711), as well as a policy regulating smoking and tobacco product use on campus (University Policy 707).  All UNC Charlotte students are obligated to be familiar with and to conduct themselves in accordance with the standards set forth in these policies.

Additionally, the Student Government Association has created a code called The Noble Niner that solidifies the high standard of morals, principles, and integrity that all students should strive to uphold the reputation of excellence at UNC Charlotte.

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