The Student Conduct system educates students about appropriate behavior and fosters a community in which academic success can occur.
This website has been designed to provide members within, and outside of, the Virginia Tech community with information regarding the student conduct process. While we have attempted to provide as much information as possible, please do not solely rely on our website to answer your questions. Our contact information is found at the bottom of this page and we are available via phone and email to answer any and all questions.
- Student Conduct Committee & Peer Advisor applications are now being accepted through October 4, 2012. Apply through Gobbler Connect today!
- Continuing Duty to Report Arrests and Convictions: In November 2010, the decision was made unanimously by the University Safety and Security Policy Committee to adopt a policy that collects arrest, conviction, and issuance of protective order information from students. The Virginia Tech Self-Disclosure of Arrests and Convictions Policy is similar to what was enacted at the University of Virginia in August 2010.
- Hokie Handbook: The Student Code of Conduct and University Policies for Student Life are the regulations that apply to every student at Virginia Tech, including the satellite campuses. All Virginia Tech students are required to know and to comply with these policies. These and other policies that students are responsible for knowing are located in the Hokie Handbook, the university’s official student guide.
- Enrollment Blocks: If Student Conduct placed a block on your Hokie SPA account, you cannot change your schedule until the block is removed. Contact Student Conduct to schedule a hearing.
- Pending completion of an educational sanction: If you have not received an email about unresolved educational sanctions from the previous academic year, contact Student Conduct.
- Student Conduct Committee & Peer Advisor Application
- Student Conduct FAQ
- Disciplinary Certification/Record Releases
- Computer Misuse and Copyright Violations