Student Conduct

The Student Conduct process is designed to:
  • assist in the development and education of students
  • promote mutual respect within the University community
  • contribute to maintaining a safe campus environment
  • provide a process for tracking repeated incidents of student code violation

The vast majority of issues can be resolved at an informal level. Informal resolution of grievances is strongly encouraged. If satisfactory resolution is not achieved through informal means a more formal process may be pursued. Informal or formal resolution may be sought through the academic department or college, the Dean of Students Office, or the Due Process Officer.

The WSU Student Code can be found online (http://www.weber.edu/ppm/Policies/6-22_StudentCode.html), WSU Policy and Procedures Manual section 6-22.

To efficiently address the wide variety of issues arising on a university campus, Student Conduct is divided into two areas of focus:

Student Behavioral Issues
Contact: Dean of Students
Dr. Jeffrey J. Hurst
Phone: 626-7256
Email: jhurst@weber.edu

Examples: Behavioral issues, harassment, disruption of teaching, alcohol violations.
Academic Issues 
Contact: WSU Due Process Officer
Dr. Eric Amsel
Phone: 626-6658
Email: eamsel@weber.edu

Examples: Cheating, plagiarism, course requirement, and grade disputes.










Partnering for Student Success

The Office of the Dean of Students is eager to assist students, faculty, and staff with any questions or concerns regarding Student Judicial Affairs.

Dr. Jeffery Hurst
Room 150, 
Student Service Center
Weber State University
1117 University Circle
Ogden, UT 84408-1117

Phone: (801) 626-7256
Fax: (801) 626-7635

Cindy Meyer - Secretary

Contact us with questions and/or comments via email at jhurst@weber.edu

Weber State UniversityOgden, Utah 84408

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