Did you receive a message that looks like this?
THIS IS AN OFFICIAL CORRESPONDENCE FROM
STUDENT CONDUCT & COMMUNITY STANDARDS AT OREGON STATE UNIVERSITY
YOU ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR READING AND UNDERSTANDING THE CONTENT AND LANGUAGE OF THIS LETTER. IF YOU NEED ASSISTANCE, SUCH AS A TRANSLATOR, ACCOMMODATIONS, OR A DIFFERENT FORMAT, PLEASE CONTACT THE SCCS OFFICE AT (541) 737-3656.
A letter has been issued to you electronically by our office. Upon clicking the link below, you will be taken to a screen displaying your name and requesting an access code to ensure confidentiality. Confirm that your name appears on the screen, and then enter your student ID number as the access code. If you are receiving this notice in your capacity as a leader of a campus organization, you should contact our office immediately to request the appropriate access code for your organization.
Your letter will appear in PDF format and should be printed or saved for your records. It will remain accessible through this link for 30 days. If the letter fails to appear, you may need to use a different computer or install the free Adobe Acrobat Reader. If you continue to experience difficulty accessing your letter or wish to confirm the legitimacy of this message, please contact our office at 541-737-3656.
Students advised our office of their concern that the email message above may be a phishing attempt. If you receive an email that resembles the one above and want to confirm its authenticity, please contact the Office of Student Conduct and Community Standards at (541) 737-3656 and we can help you verify its origin.
Translation and Accommodations (how to make a request)
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 email@example.com to make a request, which will then be reviewed by SCCS. SCCS’s ability to meet requests may be limited without enough advance notice.