|Greg Phlegar||Director of Student Conduct & Campus Values, Associate Dean of Students firstname.lastname@example.org, (740)587-6319|
|Beverly Peck||Administrative Assistant, email@example.com, (740)587-6765|
As articulated in Denison's mission statement, the purpose of the University is to inspire and educate students to become autonomous thinkers, discerning moral agents and active citizens of a democratic society. Our purpose in the Office of Student Conduct & Campus Values (OSC) is to promote an environment that is consistent with this overarching institutional goal. By our work, our intention is that students will be responsible decision makers. They will understand the relationship between individual rights and community responsibility and realize that the balance of these is integral to our campus environment and life beyond Denison.
The goals of the student conduct program at Denison are:
to interpret, develop, disseminate, and uphold the Code of Student Conduct and other university policies on behalf of all members of the Denison community, and do so in ways that are fair and reasonable so as to protect the right of students to learn and grow in a positive and safe environment;
to engage students who violate the community's expectations with respect and dignity;
to provide learning experiences for students who are found to be responsible for violations or who participate in the operations of the student conduct process;
to initiate and encourage educational activities that serve to reduce violations of University expectations and that aid in the reduction of community disruption and harm;
to facilitate and encourage respect for and involvement in the conduct process.
For more information, go to Office of Student Conduct and Campus Values.