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Student Rights
Indiana University recognizes its responsibility to support and uphold the basic
freedoms and citizenship rights of all students.Within that context, students have
the following rights.
Rights in the pursuit of education.
Right to be free from discrimination.
Right to be free from harassment, including sexual harassment, harassment
based on sexual orientation, and racial harassment.
Right to access their academic records and university facilities.
Right to freedom from association, expression, advocacy, and publication.
Right to contribute to university governance.
Right to accommodation for individuals with disabilities.
Rights in the judicial process, including the right to file a complaint if a
student believes his/her rights, as defined in the Code, have been violated.
Rights as University employees.
The University community will not tolerate inappropriate behavior.The University
Police and staff will enforce policies that protect individual rights and freedoms.
Inappropriate behavior includes, but is not limited to:
Academic Misconduct
Violation of course rules
Facilitating academic dishonesty
A student must not adopt or reproduce ideas, opinions, statements, etc. of another person
without appropriate acknowledgment.
A student must not steal, change, destroy, or impede another student’s work.
Faculty members are in charge of their classrooms and, as such, will establish acceptable behavior,
and will initiate Academic Misconduct proceedings when appropriate.