Office of Student Conduct and Community Standards
The staff for the Office of Student Conduct and Community Standards is still welcoming students and visitors for walk ins or in-person appointments, but we are encouraging scheduled virtual appoinments at this time. To reach us, you can call (859) 622-1500 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please see below for our current office hours. The University is currently closed on fridays.
Week of November 30 - December 3: Open from 7:30am-5:00pm
Week of December 7-10: Open from 7:30am-5:00pm
Week of December 14-16: Office staff will be workin remotely from 7:30am-5:00pm
Is SCCS still open?
Yes! We are still ready and able to help you. If you have an unresolved conduct case, we will arrange an alternative hearing format. We are still able to complete background checks, process cases, and all other administrative tasks. Please contact us for assistance.
I have sanctions due soon. What should I do?
We understand the circumstances that may affect the ability to complete some sanctions. However, many sanctions are online and able to be completed remotely. If you have University Service or other sanctions that you are unsure how to complete, please contact our office.
I have a judicial hold on my account. How can I get this removed?
Judicial holds are often a result of incomplete sanctions. If you did not complete a sanction as a result of a conduct case, you will need to complete the sanction and send proof of completion. This can be emailed to email@example.com. If you are unsure why you have a hold or need help completing a sanction, please contact us.
I need a background check completed. How do I do this?
Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with your name and student ID number. If you are an employer or government agency, please also email email@example.com. You will need to include the release information with the request.
The Office of Student Conduct and Community Standards promotes student success by upholding the Student Code of Conduct, advocating for community standards, and maintaining a fair conduct system that addresses the diverse needs of the individual and community. The Office fosters student development through the values of honesty, mutual respect, responsibility and integrity.
Reporting an Incident
Records Check for Students
If you are a student that would like to request a copy of their student disciplinary record, please email us to request that. In the email, please include your full name and EKU ID number. The results will be sent directly to your EKU student email account.
What students can expect of our office
Student Conduct and Community Standards will:
- Provide information to all students relating to the General Regulations for Student Behavior,
- Adjudicate all reports of alleged violations of the General Regulations for Student Behavior and the Policy for Academic Integrity in a consistent manner,
- Facilitate due process rights set forth by the University Handbook for Students, and
- Ensure fair and impartial hearings.
What we expect of students
- Show respect for others, themselves, and the University community,
- Take responsibility for their behavior,
- Read and understand the University Handbook for Students