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The University of West Alabama (UWA) expects all students and organizations to be knowledgeable of the Code of Student Conduct, and they should be aware that they are required to conform to those standards and expectations.
The Code of Student Conduct governs the conduct of students and organizations in all behavioral matters. Any questions regarding the Code should be directed to the Dean of Students.
By enrollment at the University, a student or organization neither relinquishes rights nor escapes responsibility for compliance with local, state and/or federal laws and regulations. Additionally, the University has a responsibility to maintain a learning environment conducive to its educational mission while protecting the safety, health, and well-being of all students and other persons on campus and online. Students and organizations are thus obligated to abide by the rules and policies promulgated by the University.
Interference, injury, or the intentional attempt to injure or interfere with the personal or property rights of any person, whether a student, another member of the University community, visitor, or the University itself, is strictly prohibited by the Code of Student Conduct.