The Student Code of Professional Conduct for the College of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences gives general notice of prohibited conduct and of the sanctions to be imposed if such conduct occurs. The Student Code of Professional Conduct should be read broadly and is not designed to define misconduct in exhaustive terms. The Student Code of Professional Conduct specifies the rights and responsibilities of the students, student organizations, the college, and the rights of other parties to the procedure.
Students and student organizations are required to engage in responsible social and professional conduct that reflects credit upon the College of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences community and to model good citizenship in any community. Actions by students or student organizations, which interfere with the orderly functions of the college, or actions, which endanger the health or safety of members of the college community, will not be tolerated.
Delegation of Authority
The Dean of the College of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences or designee shall administer and implement this procedure, including the promulgation of the standards of conduct, to be published and distributed as “The Student Code of Professional Conduct,” with procedures and standards governing student conduct at the College of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences. The Student Progress Committee is authorized to hear each matter and provide a final decision as to whether the code has been violated and a sanction if warranted. The Dean of the College will assure that the sanction is implemented.
This procedure, along with the UToledo Student Code of Conduct, (see http://www.utoledo.edu/policies/main_campus/student_life/pdfs/3364_30_04_Student_code_of_conduct.pdf), applies to all students and student organizations of the college. In areas of overlap, this procedure supersedes the UToledo Student Code of Conduct.