Student Rights and Responsibilities
The Office of Student Rights and Responsibilities upholds practices of a facilitative and fair nature, respecting individual rights while balancing these with community integrity, honesty, civility and safety. We hold the primary function in investigating and resolving alleged incidents of student misconduct. Further, our practitioners are dedicated to enriching the social learning experiences of students. We take pride in educating the community about balancing student and institutional rights and responsibilities.
The Blue Jay Pledge of Integrity:
“I pledge to respect all members of the Elizabethtown College community, and to act as a responsible member of the College community. I pledge to respect the free exchange of ideas both inside and outside the classroom. I pledge to represent as my work only that which is indeed my own, refraining from all forms of lying, plagiarizing, cheating and academic dishonesty. As members of the Elizabethtown College community, we hold each other responsible in the maintaining of these values.”
– adopted in 2014 by Elizabethtown College students and faculty
If you observe an alleged policy violation, have a concern about a student, or are informed of a situation that may fall under our Title IX policies you are encouraged to submit an information report. Any report will be viewed by the Dean of Students/Title IX Coordinator and the Associate Dean of Students for review and next steps. Click here to submit a public report.