Student Conduct and Community Standards

The Student Conduct Code outlines the policies and procedures governing a student’s education and his or her behavior as a student at Temple University.
To fulfill its functions of promoting and disseminating knowledge, the university has authority and responsibility for maintaining order and for taking appropriate action, including, without limitation, exclusion of those who disrupt the educational process. These general behavioral expectations and the university Student Conduct Code represent a reasonable regulation of student conduct. The Student Conduct Code recognizes that it is the student’s responsibility to: 
  1. Foster an environment conducive to continued intellectual and educational stimulation within the university free from unlawful harassment by other members of the community; and
  2. Foster the maintenance of physical and mental health, the safety and welfare of each member of the community; and
  3. Respect the rights of others.

Download the Student Conduct Code via the link to the right.