Your education is a process of honest inquiry. Your success, by its very nature, depends on your integrity. The basic philosophy of the UNO Student Code of Conduct is one of education. We encourage your growth and development as an individual through self control. We are committed to protecting your rights and the rights of others. If you feel that a University policy or your rights have been violated, seek help from our office. Policies governing members of the University community are outlined in the UNO Student Handbook and other official publications. The handbook is a good source of information on all aspects of campus life. Please do not hesitate to call the office with any questions you may have.
Academic Dishonesty is considered a serious offense to the framework and structure of the University of New Orleans. It is expected that students adhere to all policies regarding the preservation of academic integrity and mitigate the opportunity to engage in academic dishonesty.
Any individual may make a report of alleged Hazing, Code of Conduct Violations or Sexual Misconduct to the University. This can be done in a confidential manner. Depending on the level of information available about the incident or the individuals involved, the University’s ability to respond to an anonymous report may be limited. Reporting can be made using the following link:
Earl K. Long Library Room 126E
Amy King, Director, Student Accountability and Disability Services