Student Conduct and Honor Code
Being a student comes with responsibility to adhere to the Code. The ultimate responsibility for knowing university requirements and regulations rests with the student, regardless of institutional or program affiliation. Nothing in this regulation should be interpreted to abridge the right of any member of the university community of rights granted under the United States or Florida Constitution and/or any other applicable law including, but not limited to, freedom of expression protected by the First Amendment. (Code, pg.1).
Each student is responsible for their conduct from the time that they have been notified of admission through the actual awarding of a degree, including the academic year and during periods between terms of actual enrollment. The Code shall apply to a student’s conduct even if the student withdraws from the university, while a conduct matter is pending, or if the conduct is not discovered until after a student has withdrawn or a degree has been awarded. (Code, pg. 1)
For information regarding how FIU addresses sexual misconduct and sexual harassment, please see FIU Regulation 105 or contact the Office of Civil Rights Compliance and Accessibility at email@example.com.