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Arizona Board of Regents (ABOR) Student Code of Conduct

The Student Code of Conduct sets forth the standards of conduct expected of students who attend the three main universities in Arizona (ASU, UA, and NAU). These standards apply to both on-campus and off-campus behavior. Students who violate the Student Code of Conduct may be subject to administrative and educational sanctions. For more information, please visit: https://public.azregents.edu/Policy%20Manual/5-308-Student%20Code%20of%20Conduct.pdf

Notice of No Retaliation

ACD 401: Prohibition against Discrimination, Harassment, and Retaliation – Any individual who is part of the investigation process cannot retaliate against any individual who participates in the Student Rights and Responsibility investigation process. More information regarding this policy can be found at the following webpage: https://www.asu.edu/aad/manuals/acd/acd401.html

Arizona State University Code of Conduct Procedures

When the University is aware of a reported violation of the Student Code of Conduct, an investigation is conducted. Both parties are informed of the outcome of the investigation. The Code of Conduct Procedures can be found at the following webpage: https://eoss.asu.edu/sites/default/files/student_conduct_procedures_rev_6-23-2021_Cleryfinal.pdf

Interim Grievance Process for Formal Complaints of Title IX Sexual Harassment

Effective September 10, 2021, this procedure describes the process that will be followed by Arizona State University to resolve formal complaints of Title IX sexual harassment. Title IX sexual harassment is conduct, based on sex, that constitutes one or more of the following:

  • Unwelcome conduct, occurring in the United States, that a reasonable person would find so severe, pervasive, and objectively offensive that it effectively denies a person equal access to ASU’s education program or activity.
  • An employee conditioning the provision of an aid, benefit, or service of ASU on an individual’s participation in unwelcome sexual conduct.
  • Any of the following specific acts of sexual harassment taking place within the United States and within an ASU education program or activity: sexual assault, dating violence, domestic violence, and stalking.

For more information, please visit: https://provost.asu.edu/policies/procedures/p20a

Office of Student Rights & Responsibilities (SRR)

The Office of Student Rights and Responsibilities staff is responsible for reviewing and handling student incident reports. The staff reviews the conduct of both individual students and student organizations in relation to standards set forth by the Arizona Board of Regents (ABOR). To file a report, submit an online form at: https://eoss.asu.edu/dos/srr/filingreport

University Rights & Responsibilities (URR)

The Office of University Rights & Responsibilities reviews and investigates concerns and allegations of discrimination or harassment involving faculty, staff, and other ASU affiliates. For more information, please call (480) 965-5057, email URR@asu.edu or visit: https://urr.asu.edu/

Filing a Police Report

Filing a police report does not obligate an individual to move forward with pressing charges. Contact information for many of the local agencies are listed here. ASU and ASU Police can assist with contacting other police departments.

ASU Police Victim Advocate: 480-965-0107  
ASU Police: 480-965-3456 City of Phoenix Police: 602-262-6151
City of Mesa Police: 480-644-2211 City of Glendale Police: 623-930-3000
City of Tempe Police: 480-350-8311  

 

On-Campus and Off-Campus Resources

ASU Counseling Services

ASU Counseling Services offers confidential, personal counseling, and crisis services for students and prioritizes immediate access to services to ensure that all who request or need services can be seen within the same day. This is a confidential resource. Any information you share with counseling will not be shared with our office. To schedule an appointment, call (480) 965-6146. Students can communicate with counselors from anywhere and at any time through the ASU Counseling Services Open Call/Open Chat. For more information please visit: https://eoss.asu.edu/counseling.

ASU Health Services

Health services is a confidential resource that is available to you. ASU is committed to the physical and emotional health and wellness of students. This is a confidential resource. To schedule an appointment, schedule an appointment by calling (480) 965- 3349. For after-hours/weekend medical advice, call (800) 293-5775.

Student Advocacy and Assistance (SAA)

Student Advocacy and Assistance guides students in resolving educational, personal and other campus impediments toward successful completion of their academic goals. Please note that Student Advocacy and Assistance is not a confidential resource. To schedule an appointment with an Advocate, please call (480) 965-6547 or submit a request at: https://eoss.asu.edu/dos/student-advocacy-and-assistance.

  • Guidance and assistance for students experiencing challenges with academics, housing, student employment, visa/immigration, financial aid and other student services areas.
  • One-on-One consultation with students seeking guidance in resolving personal challenges and concerns.
  • Assistance with administrative matters impacting academic persistence and success, including: Absence Letters, Course Incompletes, Course Withdrawals, Compassionate Withdrawals and Medical Withdrawals.
  • Assists students and their families in connecting with community resources.

Sexual Violence Prevention Resources

If an incident of sexual misconduct or relationship violence occurs, options to report the incident, receive confidential support, and immediate assistance are available through on-campus and off-campus resources. In order to ensure all members of the ASU community have access to health and safety resources, ASU employees are mandatory reporters and must report allegations of sexual assault/harassment. For more information, please visit: https://sexualviolenceprevention.asu.edu/.

La Frontera/EMPACT Trauma Healing Program

The program is a 24-hour confidential resource for individuals affected by sexual assault, domestic violence, or hate crimes. Services include a confidential 24-hour hotline; mobile crisis support; individual, couples, family, and group therapy; and case management and advocacy. The Sexual Assault Hotline: (480) 736-4949 or (866) 205-5229.

ASU LiveSafe Mobile App

The LiveSafe Mobile app has many benefits and useful tools for students. The app allows students to send ASU PD real-time, anonymous tips that include audio, pictures, text, and video.

  • Send an emergency 911 text or call to ASU PD Dispatch
  • Alert personal emergency contacts in times of distress
  • Activate SafeWalk and text with your friends or family during your trip as they view your progress on a map
  • Request a ride from the student-run Safety Escort Service
  • Access ASU crime alerts and receive University alerts and advisories

Download the free ASU LiveSafe App

  1. You will receive a one-time SMS to download the app to your mobile device.
  2. Select Arizona State University
  3. Choose your organization based on your location. Use ASU AZ – Fac/Stu/Staff
  4. ASU parents and visitors choose ASU AZ – Visitor
  5. Complete your profile If you have questions about the ASU LiveSafe mobile app features and functions, email or follow on Twitter: @ASULiveSafe

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