The Office of Student Conduct handles complaints against University of Central Florida students and student groups but not faculty or staff. The complaint must indicate a possible violation of one or more of the Rules of Conduct or Conduct Regulations of Student Organizations located in the Golden Rule Student Handbook.
The staff of the Office of Student Conduct is available to explain procedures and talk to you about your concerns around reporting an incident or situation.
When an instructor becomes aware of an alleged violation of student academic behavior standards and before any academic action is taken, the instructor must decide if the behavior warrants formal documentation through the Alleged Academic Misconduct Report (AAMR) Form by identifying the alleged misconduct violations and proposing course sanctions. Academic misconduct includes but is not limited to cheating, plagiarism, assisting another in cheating or plagiarism, and commercial use of academic materials. The violations of student academic behavior standards on the undergraduate and graduate level are listed and defined in the Rules of Conduct.