The University of Wyoming is an academic community of students, faculty, and staff. The University has provided a special relationship between these three groups for over 100 years. This relationship has been created to provide an exciting, creative, and challenging learning environment for all of us.
The partnership formed between our students and the University is a participatory one. Both parties have very significant responsibilities and rights. We take each of these very seriously. The Student Code of Conduct is an outline of the non-academic rights and responsibilities of students enrolling at the University of Wyoming. The Code is a created through University Regulation 30 and was written through the combined efforts of the administration, faculty, staff, and students. The Code defines offenses against students and reflects the University's commitment to equality and procedural fairness. Any remember of the University community may file a complaint of a violation of the Code at the Dean of Students office.
If you need clarification of any of its clauses, please do not hesitate to inquire a staff member in the Dean of Students office, Knight Hall Room 128 or call 307-766-3296.
For information about Academic Dishonesty at UW, please click HERE.
To file a report regarding an alleged violation of the Student Code of Conduct, please click HERE.