The Office of Student Conduct promotes individual student development and a campus climate of civility and accountability. The office encourages education and accountability by providing processes designed to uphold the behavioral expectations of the Code of Conduct. We aim to advance responsible community citizenship through promotion of The Carolinian’s Creed.
Goal #1: Provide a fair, student centered, and consistent conduct process to uphold the behavioral standards of the Code and to foster individual student development.
Goal #2: Promote a campus climate of civility and responsible citizenship through education and outreach to the USC community on the behavioral expectations valued by the university and espoused in The Carolinian’s Creed.
The Office of Student Conduct (OSC) falls under the direction of the Division of Student Affairs and Academic Support. OSC is responsible for the many facets of the student conduct process for University of South Carolina students alleged to have violated the Student Code of Conduct.
The Office of Student Conduct has three main focus areas:
- Student Conduct
- Behavioral Intervention Team (BIT)
- Carolina Judicial Council
If you are registered with the Office of Student Disability Services, please notify our office so we can make appropriate accommodations for your meeting. Call 777-4333.