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Welcome to the Office of Student Conduct

Engage in Random Acts of Creed

In the spirit of giving thanks, help spread the message of the Carolinian Creed through random acts of Creed. Let the Office of Student Conduct recognize you for enhancing and contributing positively to the Carolina Community. Share your experiences through this online form. Congratulations to our Creed Champions for 2014, First year student Hayley Geis and Nathan Strong, Director of Organizational and Professional Development.

Congratulations to our Carolinian Creed & Diversity Day Contest Winner

First year student, Amanda Kisby, was the winner of a $500 scholarship from Mac Gray Campus Solutions. Amanda crafted a poem that answered the question "What does the Carolinian Creed mean to me?" You can read her award winning poem here.

Reporting Arrests

It is the responsibility of all university students to report to the office of student conduct if they have been arrested. According to our policy, arrests by law enforcement agencies outside of USC's Division of Law Enforcement and Safety must be reported by the student to the Office of Student Conduct within 72 hours of arrest.


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.