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Student Conduct and Conflict Resolution
 

The Office of Student Conduct and Conflict Resolution embraces the Skidmore College Honor Code, a guiding doctrine for our students since 1921:

I hereby accept membership in the Skidmore College community and, with full realization of the responsibilities inherent in membership, do agree to adhere to honesty and integrity in all relationships, to be considerate of the rights of others, and to abide by the College regulations.

SCCR (“Seeker”) promotes responsible community membership and positive relationships through the values of honesty, integrity, and consideration. We do this by teaching conflict resolution skills, addressing the harm of student misconduct, and helping to resolve conflicts and conduct violations as they arise. In essence, SCCR staff and its many volunteers are “seekers” of justice in the Skidmore community.

Student Handbook

Section I: Honor Code and Code of Conduct
The first section of this Handbook discusses the Honor Code, the Student Code of Conduct, and the College conduct process.

Section II: Skidmore Student Bill of Rights
The second section of the Student Handbook presents Student Bill of Rights.

Section III: College Policies
The third section describes various College policies and information about personal safety.

 conduct flow chart

 

Conduct flow chart 2

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