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University Code of Student Conduct Summary

The University Code of Student Conduct was created to ensure the safety and security of the Rutgers community. This document is intended to ensure students and organizations are aware of their rights and responsibilities within the conduct process, and to uphold the integrity and values of Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey. When students choose to enroll at Rutgers University, they are encouraged to respect its values.

The Code of Student Conduct is more than a collection of university regulations to be abided by--it seeks to promote the university's values and educate. The Code of Student Conduct encourages students to be their authentic selves as they find their place on campus, while also encouraging students to embrace inclusion through discovery, dialogue, and development as they celebrate diverse backgrounds.

The spirit of the Code of Student Conduct promotes student engagement both on and off campus, global citizenship, and leadership. It encourages students to uphold the highest tenets of trust, honesty, and integrity, understanding at all times that our actions significantly impact our personal journeys, our communities, and our larger society.

Rutgers-Camden, Rutgers-Newark, and Rutgers-New Brunswick students originate from all corners of the world and travel between many campuses and cities. As our students strive to achieve their goals, they are expected to conduct themselves in accordance with university policies and procedures but more importantly the values and spirit that they are founded upon.

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