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Student Conduct Code

The CSU Student Conduct Code (Title 5, Section 41301 of the California Code of Regulations) communicates the expectations of students as members of the campus community. The Student Conduct Code may be viewed at the California Code of Regulations website;. in the search windows type in Title 5, and Section 41301, to locate the CSU Student Conduct Code.

Student Conduct Procedures

The student conduct process, role of advisors and attorneys, sanctions, conference and hearing resolutions, definitions, and proceedings may be located in the California State University Executive Order 1098 - Student Conduct Procedures.

Discrimination, Harassment, Retaliation, Sexual Misconduct, Dating/Domestic Violence, and Stalking

Cases that may involve discrimination, harassment, retaliation, sexual misconduct, dating/domestic violence, or stalking will first be reviewed and may be investigated by the Title IX and Inclusion office. After a case has been investigated and if the allegation has been substantiated under CSU Executive Order 1097, the case is then sent to the Dean of Students office for a decision on disciplinary sanctions only. CSU Executive Orders, 1097 and 1098, provide details as to how DHR and Title IX cases will be resolved at the University.

Academic Integrity

As an institution of higher learning, CSUCI values academic integrity and will not tolerate acts of academic dishonesty. If a student commits an act of academic dishonesty in a course, the faculty member shall handle the incident based on applicable campus procedures. After action has been taken, the faculty member will notify the Dean of Students office so the circumstances may be considered in their totality. The Dean of Students office will follow up with the student for possible disciplinary action.

Other Policies and Regulations at CSUCI

This section contains policies and statements that are relevant to student conduct and may impact students while attending CSUCI. Please note that this section does not contain a complete list of University Policies or CSU Executive Orders. Current campus policies and statements are found in the CSUCI Administrative Policy Manual and current CSU Executive Orders may be found at Executive Orders.

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Smoke-Free & Tobacco Free Campus

Effective Aug. 23, 2017, CSUCI became smoke and tobacco-free in keeping with CSU policy. The following is not allowed on campus:

  • Use of any smoke-emitting products including cigarettes, cigars, cigarillos, pipes, hookahs, e-cigarettes, vapor devices, or similar products, are all prohibited on University property.
  • Tobacco and nicotine use in any form whether smoked, heated, chewed, absorbed, dissolved, inhaled, snorted, sniffed, or ingested by any other means. FDA approved tobacco cessation products when used for this purpose are exempt.

CSUCI will neither encourage nor tolerate hostile interpersonal conduct related to the enforcement of this policy. If you encounter a student who violates the policy and disregards your requests for them to stop, contact The Dean of Students office at 805-437-8512,, or by submitting a report at the link above.

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