Stockton is dedicated to the dissemination of knowledge, the pursuit of truth, the
development of students, and the general well-being of society. The Code of Conduct
contain essential principles that promote civil and respectful behavior that are fundamental
to a realization of these goals. These principles are expressed through five values:
integrity, community, social justice, respect, and responsibility. It is the responsibility
of all Stockton community members to know the Code of Conduct, uphold the values,
and refrain from prohibited conduct.
Students are expected to know and abide by the regulations governing recognized student
groups. Students who join, accept membership or affiliate in any way with a student
group whose recognition has been withdrawn are thereby in violation of Stockton University
regulations and are subjected to judicial referral to the Campus Hearing Board, which
may result in disciplinary action. Students who assist in perpetuating these organizations
are subject to the same disciplinary action.
The University encourages community members to report to University officials all incidents that involve the following actions.
All violations of the Campus Conduct Code have minimum and maximum sanctions.
The minimum sanctions that are given to students who violate the Campus Code of Conduct
are determined by the type and severity of the violation. Multiple charges will increase
the severity of possible sanctions.
The maximum sanction for all violations of the Campus Conduct Code is Expulsion.