The University of Hartford misconduct resolution system is an educational system and not a court of law. The University, through this system, recognizes that all students, in addition to being members of the University community, belong to our society at large.
The University Code of Student Conduct in no manner, stated or implied, intends to protect or shield students from their responsibilities under local, state, or federal laws; and the University reserves the right to refer any cases to the appropriate authorities.
The University misconduct resolution system may impose educational sanctions on a student or student organization found responsible for violating University regulations. Additionally, students should also understand that they may be liable for violations of civil or criminal laws as well as acts of University misconduct.
The University has developed several avenues by which all students may address perceived violations of their rights and privileges as members of this community. These include mediation services, Greek Standards Board, and the misconduct resolution process.
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The University's Conduct system recognizes that students are members of the university community, and also members of the society at large. Every effort is made to ensure that the disciplinary process is fundamentally fair, equitable and in accordance with the University's statements concerning personal rights and freedoms. Sanctions are designed and administered with the goal of developing, refining, and teaching ethical and cultural values.