When a student decides to attend Plymouth State University he or she makes the choice to adhere to PSU’s policies and expectations. It is important for students to know what is expected and understand that there are consequences if they choose to not abide by the policies and expectations. It is also important to realize that failure to abide by PSU policies and expectations may influence whether or not a student may obtain off-campus housing, participate in a study abroad program, or be accepted into another University.
A University’s judicial system is not a court of law. The two systems are independent, have a different purpose, process, standard used to determine responsibility, and sanctioning philosophy. While some procedural elements may seem similar the University judicial system is founded on educational philosophies.
Please direct any questions you may have about the Plymouth State University Judicial System to the Coordinator of Student Conduct & Community Standards or the Dean of Students.