Important Update: COVID-19
Given the current environment in which we are now operating, under Governor Wolf’s stay-at-home order and Mayor Herrin State of Emergency regarding social gatherings, please be aware of the following Temporary Policy for COVID-19 Emergency, effective immediately . We are asking that you take all necessary and proper steps to reduce the spread of COVID-19. The policy provides details on specifics and procedures which will be followed for noncompliance.
WCU is here to help you during this time. Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions, and we will be happy to assist you.
The Office of Student Conduct wants you to be a successful and responsible member of our community throughout your time at WCU. As a member of the WCU community, the University expects you to abide by the Student Code of Conduct both on and off campus. When you make choices and behave in a manner that does not reflect the standards defined in the Student Code of Conduct, University disciplinary action may take place.
In accordance with the University mission and values statement, the Office of Student Conduct contributes to maintaining a socially responsible community. The Office of Student Conduct serves students, faculty, staff and parents as well as the University's community constituents to address student conduct issues by:
- Assisting in the dissemination, interpretation and enforcement of campus policies;
- Ensuring that the student's right of due process is applied fairly and consistently;
- Collaborating with the University and community constituents to address student behavioral issues;
- Providing leadership opportunities for students participating on the University Hearing Board;
- Offering learning experiences for students through the University conduct process.
If this is an emergency, please call Public Safety at 610-436-3311.
Please note: The Office of Student Conduct sends all official correspondence through email utilizing the student’s West Chester University issued email address. This is our primary and official form of communication. Students are expected to check their University email daily. Any and all consequences that result when University email is not read or checked regularly are the responsibility of the individual student.