• Student Conduct & Community Standards

    Our mission is to promote responsible decision-making that fosters student-centered learning and accountability in alignment with community values and expectations.

  • Student Conduct & Community Standards

    The department promotes Environmental Wellness by developing an awareness of safety and the environment that surrounds you and enhancing your relationship with it.

  • Upholding Community Standards

    Our office addresses allegations involving students who may have violated the Student and Student Organization Conduct Codes.

  • Student Leadership Opportunities

    Students can apply to serve on the Student Conduct Board beginning in the Spring semester.

  • Student Leadership Opportunities

    Ethics Workshop Presentations are available for students who wish to learn more about ethical decision making.

  • Maintaining Student Conduct Records

    Students will work with our office to certify their student conduct record with future grad schools or potential employers.

Student Conduct and Community Standards

The Department of Student Conduct and Community Standards is a component of the Health, Wellness, and Safety portfolio of the Division of Student Affairs. Our department is responsible for upholding community behavior standards and educating FSU students on how to responsibly engage with the FSU community.

More Information:

Apply to Serve on the Student Conduct Board!

What is the Student Conduct board?
Student Conduct Board is a group of individuals from the Florida State student community tasked with both upholding our community standards and the Student Conduct Code. Conduct Boards hold their peers accountable to these standards by working as a component of the student conduct process.

Why Should I apply?
Student Conduct Board is a unique opportunity to serve our community. As a member, you will receive trainings on the conduct process, improve skills of leadership and professional development, and receive exposure to the inner workings of Florida State University.

How do I apply?
Applications will be available as of Spring 2022.

Upcoming Ethics Workshops

In response to COVID-19, Ethics Workshop has now been moved to a hybrid Workshop with both synchronous and asynchronous portions. Once registered, more information will be provided. 

Fall 2021 synchronous sessions will be announced in August.

Dates & Times
FALL 2021 

Tuesday, September 28th 10am-12pm

Monday, October 11th 11am-1pm

Friday, November 19th 9am-11am

Tuesday, November 30th 10am-12pm

Monday, December 6th 12pm-2pm

Ethics Workshop Registration »

  • The application consists of four short-answer questions and a resume.
  • You must have at least a 2.50 GPA to be eligible to serve on the board.
  • A letter of reference is NOT required.