Student Code of Conduct
The Student Code of Conduct disciplinary process is not intended to punish students, but rather to foster a learning environment of thoughtful study and discourse, to protect interests of the Alamo Colleges’ community, and to challenge those whose behavior is not in accordance with the code. The act of applying to be an Alamo Colleges student is an explicit acceptance of the Alamo Colleges’ policies, procedures, regulations, and administrative rules. All students are charged with notice and knowledge of the contents and provisions of the Student Code of Conduct. All students are expected to obey the law, show respect for properly constituted authority, and observe and comply with the Student Code of Conduct and College District policies, procedures, regulations, and administrative rules.
Non-academic misconduct constitutes any violation not associated with academic performance. All students shall obey the law, show respect for properly constituted authority, and observe correct standards of conduct.
F.4.2 (Policy) Student Code of Conduct - Non-Academic Misconduct, Academic Integrity
F.4.2.1 (Procedure) Non-Academic Misconduct Disciplinary and Appeal Process
Academic Integrity Violations
Administrators may initiate disciplinary proceedings against a student accused of scholastic dishonesty. Scholastic dishonesty includes, but is not limited to, Academic Misconduct, Cheating, Plagiarism, Fabrication and Collusion.
F.4.2.2 (Procedure) Academic Integrity Disciplinary and Appeal Process
Academic Integrity Report Form
A pdf downloadable copy of the Academic Integrity Report Form is available here.