When students choose to accept admission to Missouri Western State University, they accept the rights and responsibilities of the University’s academic and social community.
The Missouri Western State University Student Code of Conduct applies to conduct that occurs on University premises, at University-sponsored activities, and off-campus conduct that adversely affects the University community and/or the pursuit of its objectives. Missouri Western State University students are responsible to adhere to the Code of Conduct at all times, not just while on the Missouri Western State University campus. Violations that occur off-campus and are reported to Student Affairs may be adjudicated through the student conduct process. Each student shall be responsible for their conduct from the time of enrollment through the actual awarding of a degree, to include the academic year and periods between terms of actual enrollment.
Potential Conduct Violations include: Academic Dishonesty, Alcohol, Animals, Arson, Assault, Bicycle, Scooter, Wheeled Devices, Disruptive Behavior/Disorderly Conduct, Drugs, Election Tampering, Fire Alarms and Fire Equipment, Firearms and Weapons; Flammable Materials and Fireworks, Fraud/Forgery/False Information, Gambling, Harassment, Health and Safety, Indecent Behavior, Misuse of Technology, Policies, Laws, and Requests, Residential Life Policy, Sexual Misconduct, Theft or Misappropriation, Threat, Tobacco and Vaping, Unlawful Entry/Presence In and Use of University Facilities/Misuse of Keys, Vandalism/Damage to Property. More information about the Student Code of Conduct can be found at https://www.missouriwestern.edu/saem/dean-of-students/.