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Registered Campus Organizations may be held responsible for activities committed by members that serve to reflect upon the organization. As members of the state of California community, University of California, Irvine expects its students to be responsible citizens of the campus, local, and global community. In the event a situation, or conflict, arises in which there is an allegation the University of California Policies Applying to Campus Activities, Organizations, and students has been violated, the Student Conduct process will be administered to discuss the implications of the event. In these situations, disciplinary action against the organization is independent of those taken against members, as individuals. For some cases, disciplinary action can, and will, be taken against organization members for activities involving the organization.


University of California, Irvine recognizes its responsibility to support and uphold the basic freedoms and citizenship rights of all Registered Campus Organizations, and it expects Registered Campus Organizations to be responsible for the policies, as we hold our Registered Campus Organizations responsible for their on and off campus behavior.


The purpose of the student conduct process is to safeguard and address issues in the university community and provide an educational and developmental experience for the Registered Campus Organization. The university disciplinary procedures are independent of any legal proceedings, and they are not conducted in a manner intended to be held in, or resemble, a court of law.


Every Registered Campus Organization is guaranteed rights under the University of California Policies Applying to Campus Activities, Organizations, and Students and charged with responsibilities within the process as well.  For a complete and detailed listing of these rights, please refer to the Code of Conduct.