The Office of Student Conduct implements student conduct and discipline policies found in the University’s Handbook of Operating Procedures and the UT System’s Regents’ Rules and Regulations. The objective is to uphold and support standards of personal honesty and integrity for all students. It is the policy of the University to enforce these standards through fair and objective procedures governing instances of alleged scholastic dishonesty, cheating, and other academic and non-academic misconduct.
Consistent with this goal, the office is engaged in the task of educating the community regarding standards for student behavior and procedures used in the resolution of student disciplinary allegations.
Full policies, the complete UT Arlington Honor Code, referral information and procedures are available on the Student Conduct website.
Husband-and-wife political commentators James Carville and Mary Matalin offered opposing views on U.S. politics, presidential candidates, and more during their Maverick Speakers Series presentation in Texas Hall.