Translations and Accessibility
SCCS is committed to making the student conduct process as accessible as possible for all students. Students unable to participate in person may request arrangements to participate in other ways (including by providing written statements, through telephonic or online means, etc.).
Non-native English speakers may request translation services. Students with disabilities have the right to reasonable accommodation.
Students who require a disability accommodation, language support, who are off campus or otherwise indisposed, or who may have other factors that could impact their ability to participate in the student conduct process should contact SCCS at least 3 days prior to a meeting, conference or hearing at firstname.lastname@example.org to make a request, which will then be reviewed by SCCS. SCCS’s ability to meet requests may be limited without enough advance notice.
Assistance with the Conduct Process
There are a number of resources available for students who would like more information regarding the conduct process.
- The Office of Student Conduct and Community Standards is happy to speak with students to address any concerns they may have regarding the conduct process or Student Code of Conduct at Oregon State University.
- The Office of Student Conduct and Community Standards can be reached at 541-737-3656, or at SCCS@oregonstate.edu.
The INTO OSU Care and Conduct Coordinator can assist INTO students with personal and academic concerns in and out of the classroom. Additionally, the Care and Conduct Coordinator can answer questions or concerns you may have and provide you with additional resources to help you be successful while you are studying at INTO OSU.
For questions about personal or academic concerns, contact the Care and Conduct Coordinator at email@example.com.
The ASOSU Office of Advocacy provides free and confidential guidance to students who have a dispute with a member of the University. The Office of Advocacy can assist students facing issues related to academic misconduct, the first-year live-on requirement, and the conduct appeals process, among other topics.
The Office of Advocacy can be reached at 541-737-9200 or firstname.lastname@example.org.