The Office of Student Conduct strengthens personal responsibility and accountability through investigation and resolution of alleged violations of university policies. We encourage honesty, integrity, and respect within the undergraduate community as promoted by our honor code, the Duke Community Standard. Any student named in a report of a possible violation of university policy is presumed to not be in violation of such unless the student accepts responsibility for the violation(s) and/or the disciplinary process makes such a determination.
The 2019-20 edition of The Duke Community Standard in Practice: A Guide for Undergraduates ("DCS Guide") is now available and is distributed to all students who live on campus. Students who live off campus may pick one up on the 2nd floor of Crowell Hall (East Campus, behind Wilson dorm and the Friedl Building) between 8:30 AM and 5 PM Monday through Friday. A list of noteworthy changes to the 2019-20 DCS Guide is also available.
The Office of Student Conduct at Duke University seeks a graduate assistant for a new position. This role will research, develop, and initiate programming and processes pertaining to alternative conflict resolution pathways. Candidates should have demonstrated interest, commitment, and skills in the following areas: relationship and community building, campus disciplinary processes, fostering diversity and equal opportunity, and must have a critical understanding of social justice issues. View the full job description.
Interested candidates may submit a résumé and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line "OSC GA Application." Ability to work through Spring 2021 is preferred, but not required. Priority deadline for applicants is November 15, 2019.