Student Conduct

Do your part to keep our Fort Wayne campus safe and respectful

As a student at IU Fort Wayne, you have the right to feel safe, supported, and respected. You also have the responsibility to do your part to ensure others have the same experience. IU students are always subject to Indiana University policies and may be subject to Purdue University policies when utilizing a Purdue service.

Your student rights and responsibilities are summed up by both Indiana University Code of Student Rights, Responsibilities, and Conduct and the Purdue Fort Wayne Code of Student Rights, Responsibilities, and Conduct

You need to know what these Code includes—and what to do when you feel someone has violated your protections.

After all, when we all respect each other, our community becomes stronger.

Navigating the student conduct process

When the Code is allegedly violated by a student on the IU Fort Wayne campus, allegations of personal or sexual misconduct will be referred to the IUPUI Office of Student Conduct, who has jurisdiction over the disciplinary matters on the Fort Wayne campus. Academic misconduct allegations will be resolved in accordance with the established procedures associated with the faculty member’s home institution for the course. These procedures are educational in nature and are separate and distinct from the criminal justice system.

Sanctions can range from a formal reprimand to expulsion. If the result is anything less than permanent separation from the university, students are also assigned specific tasks or projects designed to promote their development. These can include a variety of outcomes, including written assignments and community service.