Updated July 1, 2015
As a result of the Student Conduct process, students will be able to:
Knowledge Acquisition – Have foundational knowledge of their rights and responsibilities within the UTK Code of Conduct.
- Articulate their rights under the Accused Student Rights.
- Identify policies in the Standards of Conduct
- Identify the behavior they engaged in and why it is a violation of the university’s Standards of Conduct.
Intrapersonal/Interpersonal Development – Explain their decision making process and the factors that motivated them in the moment of violation and how their decisions impact those around them.
- Explain how accepting responsibility for their choices and behaviors help them become a better member of the UTK community.
- Articulate the need for institutional policies and the specific reasoning for allegedly violating the policy.
- Encourage others to make decisions in a way that abides by the Standards of Conduct.
Practical Competence – Reflect on how they can make better decisions in the future.
- Develop individual goals and the steps needed to reach them.
- Address alternative behaviors and decisions to refrain from misconduct in the future.
- Identify campus resources that are available to them.