Student Conduct Process

Rules of Conduct

The following defined and described actions include, but are not limited to, conduct for which disciplinary action may be taken at the University of Central Florida. Individual students are expected to abide by these rules of conduct, and administrators are expected to enforce them.

Review Process

Detailed steps of the Student Conduct Review Process.

Student Rights During the Review Process

These rights shall be explained to each charged student prior to the commencement of any formal disciplinary hearing.


Details the different types of disciplinary and/or educational sanctions that could result from the review process.


Details the appeal process within the Student Conduct Review Process.

Creed Program

Upon completion of one semester of disciplinary probation or one semester of disciplinary suspension (not applicable for one semester suspensions) and upon completion of all educational sanctions/requirements, a student has the opportunity to request a review of their disciplinary probation or suspension status.

Sealing of Records

A student’s conduct record is eligible to be sealed if the incident(s) in question are minor and do not result in suspension or expulsion and where further violations would not likely result in suspension or expulsion from the university. Students may submit a request to have their records sealed during their last year at the university.

Release of Discipline Records/Dean Certifications/Letters of Good Standing

A Discipline Clearance, Dean Certification or Letter of Good Standing, pertaining to UCF disciplinary records, can be completed when a student submits the proper forms to the Assistant Dean of Students in the Office of Student Rights and Responsibilities. Receipt of these documents will allow the Office of Student Rights & Responsibilities to report UCF disciplinary record(s) to requesting entities such as institutions of higher education, professional schools or government agencies.

Organizational Rules of Conduct

Student organizations are expected to abide by these Organizational Rules of Conduct, and administrators and faculty are expected to enforce them.