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Judicial Affairs and Student Conduct

Office: Tresidder Memorial Union, 2nd floor

Mailing Address: 459 Lagunita Drive, Suite 9

Mail Code: 94305-3010

Phone: (650) 725-2485

Fax: (650) 736-0247

Web Site: http://judicialaffairs.stanford.edu

Email: judicial.affairs@stanford.edu

The primary codes of conduct for students are the Fundamental Standard and Honor Code. The Student Judicial Charter of 1997 was approved by the Associated Students of Stanford University, the Senate of the Academic Council, and the President of the University during Spring Quarter 1996-97 and Autumn Quarter 1997-98, replacing the earlier charter and becoming effective in January 1998. Cases of alleged violations of the University's Honor Code, Fundamental Standard, and other student conduct policies now proceed through an established student judicial process based upon the Student Judicial Charter of 1997, which can be found in its entirety at the University's Office of Judicial Affairs web site at http://judicialaffairs.stanford.edu. The web site also contains the policies, rules, and interpretations, as well as the University's Student Conduct Penalty Code, applicable to those students found responsible for violating the Honor Code, the Fundamental Standard, or other University policy or rule.

When a violation of the Fundamental Standard, Honor Code, or other University policy or rule governing student conduct is alleged, or whenever a member of the University community believes such a violation has occurred, he or she should contact the Office of Judicial Affairs.

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