Student Conduct at Lewis & Clark College establishes clear expectations of behavior that foster academic and communal integrity. Joining this community obliges each member to observe the following principles:
* mutual respect
* personal and academic integrity
* civil discourse
* responsible decision-making
By adhering to these principles, members of the community expand their perspective beyond themselves. They are supported as they test boundaries with educationally reflective opportunities to practice self-advocacy and personal responsibility.
College Policies and Code of Conduct can be downloaded here:
March 15, 2014: The Student Code of Conduct and College Policies are currently under review. Until the final draft of these documents is approved, all information in these documents remain current. The one active revision that is in effect immediately is the reconstitution of the Peer Review Authority as the Student Rights & Responsibilities Board. This Board is chaired by the Student Intern to Student Rights & Responsibilities. All references in the current Code of Conduct to the ASLC Chief Justice and PRA in the Code of Conduct are thusly negated.