Students are responsible for observing the policies, rules, and regulations of Purdue University.
These, in general, state the expectation that Purdue students will at all times conduct themselves as responsible citizens. Failure to show respect for duly established civil laws or University regulations will be handled by the Office of the Dean of Students in conformance with the various policies and regulations hereafter stated. The Student Honor Code and the Bill of Student Rights are documents initiated by the students themselves and approved by the faculty and the Board of Trustees for the purpose of indicating both the rights and the responsibilities of students. In the interest of specificity in regulations, the resolution of the Board of Trustees states in detail the kind of serious misconduct for which students are subject to suspension or expulsion from the University and the methods of appealing disciplinary decisions.
This section is followed by other miscellaneous regulations concerning the conduct of students. It is imperative that students become thoroughly familiar with this part of Student Regulations in order to avoid jeopardizing their relationships with the University and to understand fully their responsibility as citizens and members of the University community.
- Purdue University Bill of Student Rights
- Purdue University Code of Honor
- Regulations Governing Student Conduct, Disciplinary Proceedings, and Appeals
- Policy for Involuntary Withdrawal of Students
- Miscellaneous Conduct Regulations
- Statement of Commitment to Freedom of Expression
- Statement of Integrity
- Statement of Values