Student Rights and Responsibilities

Student Rights and Responsibilities

Important information

ASU’s Community of Care plan provides guidance regarding the many preventative measures that the university has implemented to help slow the spread of COVID-19 and create a safe and welcoming environment in which all students can live and learn. Prevention is key to protecting yourself, your peers and those who are most vulnerable in our community. It is important to remember that we need everyone to take personal responsibility for their actions and behavior. We remind all members of the ASU community to continue to adhere to public health protocols and comply with our Community of Care guidelines to mitigate the spread of COVID-19:

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Monitor our own health using Health Check through the ASU App, wash hands regularly and stay home if we have any symptoms of illness.
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Face coverings are required in all ASU buildings and outdoor spaces (except when eating). Please maintain physical distancing of six feet or more with people outside of our homes.
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Adhere to the no-visitor policy in residence halls – including students who live in other residence halls. Students who violate this no visitor policy will be subject to suspension and evicted from university housing.
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Avoid large group activities and social gatherings on or off campus. Students who host or attend activities or gatherings that do not adhere to public health protocols will be subject to suspension.
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Ensure that we get tested regularly for COVID-19 because we know that there is always a risk for exposure.

Our Mission

Guided by ASU's commitment to excellence, access, and impact, the Office of Student Rights and Responsibilities (SRR) supports a safe and inclusive environment that fosters the intellectual, personal, social, ethical development of all students. In partnership with university departments and programs, we help students see themselves as responsible members in a diverse community. SRR provides students with the opportunity to consider the ways in which their conduct may define and impact their college experience-personally and in relationship with others.

SRR investigates allegations of student misconduct and determines whether a violation of the Student Code of Conduct has occurred. Students who are found responsible for violations of the Student Code of Conduct are encouraged to reflect on their behaviors through the use of educationally based sanctioning that assists the students in making informed choices and developing in a holistic manner.

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