Submit & Request

Appeal

Students can submit an appeal of their Dean’s Discipline decision through this form:

Appeal form for Dean's Discipline

Students can submit an appeal of their Title IX investigation finding through this form:

Appeal form for Gender-Based Misconduct 

Students can submit a request for review of Directives and Interim Measures implemented by the University through this form:

Request a review of Directives and Interim Measures

Appointment Request 

Current and former students may use this form to request an appointment (e.g., File Review, general follow-up, etc.) with Student Conduct and Community Standards:

File Review Request Form for Dean's Discipline

File Review Request Form for Gender-Based Misconduct

Disciplinary Record/Background Check

Current and former students may use this form to request an official disciplinary record certification from Student Conduct and Community Standards:

Disciplinary Certification Request Form

FERPA Release

In certain circumstances, information in retained files may be reported to third-parties with the written permission of the student, in accordance with the Family Education Rights and Privacy Act (“FERPA,” also called “The Buckley Amendment”). After the maximum file retention period, the files will no longer be reportable except in cases resulting in suspension or expulsion which are retained indefinitely:

FERPA Release Form

Sanction Completion 

Students may use this form to submit supporting documentation related to the completion of their disciplinary sanction:

Sanction Completion Submission

Written Statements

Students may use this form to submit a written statement prior to their Dean’s Discipline hearing:

► Submit a Written Statement

Training and Presentation Request

Community Members may use this form to submit a training or presentation request from Student Conduct and Community Standards. 

Training and Presentation Request Form

Turnitin Access

Community Members may use this form to request access to Turnitin, the University’s plagiarism detection software. (Student accounts remain active through the current academic term.) For information about the resource please visit their website.

Turnitin Access Form