Community Standards support the development of the whole student with an emphasis on ethical behavior and responsibility within the university community. Through educative, preventative and adjudicative methods, we protect the rights that are in the best interest of both the students and the university in order to maintain a thriving, learning environment. Learn more about our philosophy, application and jurisdiction.
Office Location: Meier Hall, room 245E
Hours of Operation: 8:30 am to 5 pm
Student Conduct Code
The behavioral responsibilities of all Salem State University students can be found in the Student Conduct Code. It is expected that the conduct of all students will be consistent with the educational purposes of the institution and will in no way interfere with the functions of the university as it seeks to fulfill that purpose.
For a list of frequently asked questions about the community standards office, student conduct code, hearings, appeals and more please check out our list of frequently asked questions for students and frequently asked questions for parents/guardians.