Among its responsibilities, the Office of Student Conduct supports the Office of Admissions, the Student Success Office, the Office of Extended Studies, and the Education Abroad Office in their review of applicants that have a criminal or disciplinary history.
Applicants to the University or any of its programs must indicate the following on their application:
Whether disciplinary action has been taken against them at another institution (college or high school)
Whether they have been convicted of a criminal act
Whether they are involved in a criminal legal proceeding
Whether they have been dishonorably discharged from a branch of the military
The application may vary from program to program, so it is required that you truthfully and accurately answer the questions on the application
you are submitting. Any supporting documents you provide to the office must also be authentic and may be uploaded directly in the form below.
When the applicant answer "yes" to any of those questions, the applicant’s file will be reviewed by the Office of Student Conduct in a process the called a Social Clearance.
This process helps determine the applicant’s eligibility to enroll at the University.
To begin a Social Clearance, the applicant will need to complete this form from the Office of Student Conduct.
The office will then review the information submitted and make a recommendation to the requesting office on whether to clear the applicant for further review. The Office of Student Conduct does NOT make admissions decisions.
Feel free to contact the Office of Student Conduct with any questions about this process.