Iowa State University has many published policies, each of which are in place to assist members of the university community in understanding expectations and procedures for living and learning in an academic environment.
The Student Disciplinary Regulations is a document containing expectations for student conduct, as well as procedures for addressing and resolving alleged violations of university policies.
Other University Policies which exist outside of the Student Disciplinary Regulations include:
The Policy Library is a centralized resource designed to contain university-wide policies. While many of these policies will not directly relate to student conduct, this is a valuable resource.
Often the Office of Judicial Affairs receives notices of violation of University policies from Academic Departments, the Department of Residence, or the ISU/Ames Police. Reports may come from other offices, staff, and students, as well as occasionally outside associations. If you have reported an incident to a professor, staff or advisor, or your CA (in the Residence Halls), you may want to ask if they plan to notify the Office of Judicial Affairs about the incident. You can also contact the ISU Office of Judicial Affairs directly. They will work with other staff in the Dean of Students Office in order to effectively investigate the matter.