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Student Conduct and Community Standards

Rights and Responsibilities

Rights of the Complainant and Respondent

In order to provide accessible, prompt, and fair methods of investigation and resolution of incidents of student gender-based misconduct, the Univer

Support and Accomodations

Support

Case Managers within SCCS are available to support and provide assistance to students affected by gender-based misconduct, regardless of their role.

Student Conduct and Community Standards

Privacy

A student's disciplinary and/or educational record is protected by the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 (FERPA).

Request an Appeal

A student found responsible for violating Columbia College, Columbia Engineering, the School of General Studies or University policy has to right to request an appeal of the decision and the result

Presentation Request Form

Columbia University faculty, staff, and students may utilize this webform to request a presentation for their organization, course, or department.

Requests are typically processed within five business days and are granted based on availability. A staff member will contact you via email if there is a schedule conflict and/or upon approval.

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(e.g., technology, multiple sessions, etc.)

Request Access to Turnitin

Columbia University faculty, staff, and students may request access to Turnitin at: http://bit.ly/cuturnitin

Please do not use this form to request administrator access.

7. Will I be informed of the outcome?

While a student’s educational record is protected the by Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 (FERPA), any instructor who reports an academic dishonesty incident will be notif

2. How is an outcome determined?

The standard of proof used to make a determination of responsibility is that of “preponderance of the evidence”.

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Interoffice Mail Code (MC) 2611
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Call: Main Line: (212) 854-6872

Call: Gender-Based Misconduct: (212) 854-1717

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