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Student Code of Conduct

By tradition, a university is defined as a community of people who are dedicated to the pursuit of truth and the advancement of knowledge. Within this academic framework is the freedom to teach and learn and a concomitant obligation to respect these freedoms when they are exercised by others.

The three policies that govern the academic and nonacademic conduct of AU students are:

  1. Academic Misconduct Policy (Intellectual Honesty)
  2. Nonacademic Misconduct Policy
  3. Student Academic Appeals Policy

These policies represent a fair due process that is consistent with the mandate of a university.




Student & Academic Services - Last Updated October 11, 2012

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