Campus Code of Conduct

Summary

The essential purpose of the university’s governing of community conduct is to protect and promote the university community’s pursuit of its educational goals. The university, as an educational institution, has a special set of interests and purposes, the protection and promotion of which are essential to its effective functioning. These interests, with respect to the governing of community conduct, include the following:

  1. the opportunity of all members of the university community to attain their educational objectives;
  2. the generation and maintenance of an intellectual and educational atmosphere throughout the university community; and
  3. the protection of the health, safety, welfare, property, and human rights of all members of the university community, and the safety, property, and reputational interests of the university itself. 

Related

Campus Code of Conduct

Contact

Janna Lamey
Assistant Dean for Graduate Student Life
janna.lamey@cornell.edu