Students are expected to conduct themselves as responsible members of the University community. Those students whose conduct violates the law, the rights of others, or the health, welfare and safety of members of the University community will be subject
to disciplinary action by the University, when such conduct takes place on University property or in the course of a University-sponsored or University-supervised activity. This includes international academic programs, study abroad, or sporting events
and academic programs sponsored by or held at universities or colleges other than the University of Pittsburgh at Bradford, or if such conduct results directly from membership in the University community.
In addition, conduct off-campus may be subject to disciplinary action by the University if that conduct 1) threatens the health, welfare, safety, or educational environment of the University community or any individual member thereof; 2) is considered
by the University to be a serious offense and would negatively reflect upon the student’s character and fitness as a member of the student body; or 3) is an incident occurring within the University of Pittsburgh at Bradford Campus Police jurisdiction
and is referred to the Campus Police or University student-judicial authorities.
The entire Student Code of Conduct can be found here.
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