In response to the Coronavirus / COVID-19, it is important that the community is aware of new behavioral expectations that will be enforced on campus. Please review the information that was shared in a University communication on March 18, 2020. These expectations remain in effect until further notice.
Contact information: firstname.lastname@example.org or 781-736-5070
The Department of Student Rights and Community Standards (SRCS) is committed to engaging students in educational conversations as seamlessly as possible. SRCS has transitioned to virtual meetings, and formal Student Conduct Process meetings will be offered via Zoom or telephone. As usual, students will receive an email to their Brandeis email address regarding any meetings.
- If a student requires a particular conduct check form to be completed, please email SRCS.
- Rights & Responsibilities edit suggestions/recommendations can be submitted through March 30, 2020.
- Reports can be submitted through the forms located here.
The Department of Student Rights and Community Standards offers students educational opportunities for personal growth and values clarification.
Our aim is to educate the campus about issues central to the mission of the institution, and to react to inappropriate behavior in a fair and responsive manner. Our staff provides education and outreach efforts regarding alcohol and other drug use, student involvement on campus and leadership development.
All students enrolled in any undergraduate, graduate, or advanced academic course or program, on our campus or via Internet-based programs or courses, are considered members of the Brandeis University community, and are therefore responsible for meeting all of the standards in this code.
The Student Conduct Process is based on established expectations and standards of behavior at Brandeis as described in Rights and Responsibilities, and also relies on a peer judgment model.
Report suspicious activity or misconduct.