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Code of Student Conduct

All students who enroll at NC State are required to adhere to the Code of Student Conduct.  The Code establishes the behavioral expectations for student conduct in the University community, both inside and outside the classroom. The Code, therefore, prescribes the types of behaviors that adversely affect the University community, and the resulting actions that may be taken to both educate students about behavioral expectations and to protect NC State's community. The Code and accompanying Disciplinary Procedures outline the process that is followed when a student has been charged with an alleged violation of the Code. Academic and Non-Academic misconduct, both on and off campus, are addressed. Students who are found responsible for violating the Code receive sanctions from the University. Sanctions may include a written warning, probation, suspension, or expulsion from the University and/or other educational outcomes. For more information, please contact the Office of Student Conduct at 919.515.2963 or access the Code through the Office of Student Conduct website.