Message from the Director of Student Conduct
Topic of the Month
Taking the Code on the Road!
The Code of Student Conduct now has expanded jurisdiction and it now applies both on- and OFF-CAMPUS to all students. Learn how this can affect you before the new school year begins by reviewing information on our site.
USJ Award Recipients
University Student Judiciary members were recently recognized for their fantastic contributions to USJ and the community. Check here
to see who won!
Make a Gift to USJ Members
The University Student Judiciary Scholarship Fund was established in 2013 to provide critical support to USJ members facing financial hardship. The USJ Scholarship Fund supports those students who have made distinguished contributions to the academic integrity and ethical development program in the Division of Student Affairs.
More information can be found under the USJ Scholarship Fund link on the menu to the right.
Faces of Integrity
Catherine Thompson and
The 2014 winners of the Rajpat Award and the Pavela Prize exemplify the best of USJ and Integrity, Character, and Ethics. Catherine chairs the USJ Executive Board, and M'Shae is the Graduate Coordinator ofr Education and Outreach. They were recognized at the USJ Awards Banquet. The Camille Rajpat award goes to the most outstanding member of the University Student Judiciary, while the Pavela Prize recognizes one's significant efforts to advance academic integrity in the campus community.