All Students can expect the Student Code to be administered in a caring, sensitive and supportive manner, and to be treated with dignity and respect by all persons involved in the conduct process. The Student Code will allow Complainants to utilize the Student conduct process unimpeded, free from intimidation and harassment, while maintaining the rights of the Accused. All Students have the following rights:
After receiving a charge letter, you can request a copy of the report by completing this form.
Students who are alleged of a violation have the right to request a copy of the report. Requesting a report can be done through the request form found in the letter from our office. Check your RIT email regularly for the electronic delivery.
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After receiving a charge letter, you can request witnesses for your hearing by completing this form.
RIT allows students to bring witnesses with relevant information regarding the incident to conduct hearings. “Character witnesses” are not allowed. Please note that all witnesses to an incident are generally interviewed thoroughly by Public Safety before the report is delivered to the Center for Residence Life.
Students with a valid Disabilities Services Agreement (DSA) from the Disability Services Office may be eligible for accommodations in the student conduct process. Students requesting accommodations for the conduct process must provide a current DSA to the Center for Student Conduct before accommodations can be made.