Who’s the ethics officer for student affairs at your school? At the University of Vermont (UVM), for example, it’s the Dean of Students, who can hand out various “sanctions,” such as warnings, probation, or dismissal. What kind of authority does the comparable officer have at your school? UVM also publishes a Code of Student Rights and Responsibilities, which “reaffirms the principle of student freedom coupled with personal responsibility and accountability for individual action.” Does your school have a student ethics code? If so, what does it have to say about your “responsibility and accountability” as a student?

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