Loyola University Maryland

Student Life

Student Conduct

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The student conduct system is established as a primarily educational process by which students are provided with feedback about insensitive and harmful behaviors in which they may engage, and with opportunities and, in most cases, assistance to modify behaviors. Through the conduct process, students who violate the codes come to learn the importance of accepting personal responsibility for behavior that violates community standards. In some instances of misconduct, a student may be removed from the residential community or from the University. Being a member of the Loyola community is a privilege that carries with it responsibility for the well-being of all other members of the community.

All resident students may receive a paper copy of the Loyola University Maryland Community Standards Handbook upon check-in. If you need a copy, please see your Assistant Director, or stop by the central Student Life Office in Seton Court 08B.  Download a copy of the 2016-2017 Community Standards or access the mobile friendly version.

Click here for Loyola guidelines for Holiday Decorations in the Residence Halls.

 Click here for information on the Peer Conduct Board.