The office of Student Conduct & Community Standards presides over the College's conduct system.
The rights and privileges exercised by any person or group of persons are always a function of relationships with others. Each person or groups of persons is held responsible, formally and informally, for the way freedom is used. When freedom is used non-constructively, the conduct process can determine the response appropriate to the abuse.
The College's conduct process includes counseling to help individuals and groups to gain a self awareness of the consequences of their actions, and to help increase interpersonal competence through a mature acceptance of reasonability.
In all aspects, the student conduct process is fundamental to education to help students make the wisest possible use of the freedom they have at SUNY Geneseo.