A key component of the educational developmental process of responding to student misconduct is for the student to take responsibility for their own behavior and to learn from an incident. Part of that learning experience is being able to speak on their own behalf, take responsibility for their own behaviors and engage in a conversation about changing their behavior for the future. The Office of Student Conduct believes that all SF State students are capable of such change. The two sub-sections listed here Academic Dishonesty and Dealing with Disruptive Students will help guide faculty with dealing with these two particular issues.
Please feel free to contact the Office of Student Conduct, the Dean of Students Office or your respective department Chairs for more assistance.