Greetings from the Office of Student Conduct. On behalf of the University of Tennessee at Martin we extend a heartfelt welcome to our campus and ask that you contact our office if you have any questions or concerns about the role of discipline in the lives of UTM students. We are a vital part of the Office of Student Affairs and conveniently located in the Boling University Center. The Office of Student Conduct directly affects and applies to all currently enrolled students (whether on or off campus) and serves as a governing agent for all student organizations, which are officially listed with the Office of Student Life. The major purpose of our office is to help create a fair, just, and disciplined University community. The Office of Student Conduct supports the mission of the University by educating students about appropriate behavior and by fostering a community where academic success can occur.
The Office of Student Conduct is an educational tool with two main objectives:
The Office strives to address unacceptable behavior in a manner that is uniform and guides students toward a great sense of personal responsibility. Moreover it focuses on providing students with a perspective which enhances a more mature and ethical sense of behavior regarding future decisions both inside and outside of the classroom.
Thank you for visiting our website and we sincerely look forward to the opportunity to meet with you individually.
Clarification of Disciplinary Regulations
In response to numerous inquiries and uncertainties by students regarding disciplinary penalties for unacceptable behavior, the following list contains examples for which suspension from the university is the expected penalty...
Standard of Conduct
When persons enroll in The University of Tennessee at Martin, they retain the rights and duties of a citizen. Additionally, they must assume the duties and observe the regulations imposed by the University community.