Office of Student Conflict Resolution

Under the Statement, OSCR is obligated to ensure that the University’s conflict resolution process is administered in a timely manner and in a way that protects the rights of complainants and respondents, while safeguarding the community. Therefore the resolution process may go forward even if you opt not to participate or respond, and you will be bound by any determinations made.

If you have an open file in our office and you ignore correspondence from OSCR, future employers, graduate schools, or professional organizations making an inquiry with OSCR may be informed, as allowed by the Family Education Rights and Privacy Act, that you have an open disciplinary case in our office and that you failed to complete your sanctions. Also note that OSCR can place holds on students’ academic records, preventing the release of transcripts and degrees.

Additional Information

Responding to a Complaint

The Statement of Student Rights and Responsibilities