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Code of Student Conduct Referral Form

Referral Guidelines

  1. To refer a student for an alleged Code of Student Conduct violation other than those below, please complete this form and return it, along with any additional, relevant information via:
    1. E-mail:
    2. Fax:      512-245-8268
    3. Mail:     LBJSC 5-9.1 (Dean of Students Office), 601 University Dr., San Marcos, TX  78666
  1. Sexual misconduct:  Alleged violations of sexual misconduct, including but not limited to sexual harassment, assault, exploitation, intimidation, or violence, as well as stalking and dating violence should be reported to the Title IX Coordinator, Ameerah McBride, in the Equity & Access Office at 512-245-2539.  Additional information on the University’s Sexual Misconduct Policy and to report an incident of sexual misconduct using an online form, visit:
  2. Tobacco policy violations:  Alleged violations of the University’s Tobacco Policy by STUDENTS may be made online at:  Alleged violations by faculty/staff should be directed to their supervisor or department.
  3. Honor Code/Academic violations:  Alleged violations of the Honor Code should be referred to the Chair of the Honor Code Council at Additional information about the Honor Code and the associated student and faculty rights and responsibilities can be found at:
  4. Noise (or disorderly conduct) violations in the community:  Excessive noise and disorderly conduct complaints are best addressed by reporting them to the appropriate law enforcement (LE) agency for immediate action (ex., San Marcos Police within city limits, Hays County Sherriff’s Office outside of city limits but within Hays County).  The LE may determine the party or parties responsible and may refer them to the Dean of Students.
  5. Behavior Assessment Team (BAT):  Conduct which has the potential for escalating to the point of disrupting university functions or the safety and well-being of individuals may be reported to the BAT via the Dean of Students Office at 512-245-2124 or the University Police Department at 512-245-2805.  If there is an immediate threat, the matter should be reported to law enforcement immediately (use of 9-1-1 is recommended).
  6. General classroom conduct concerns:  Faculty are empowered to address the conduct of individuals during class periods to facilitate the teaching-learning dynamic as the faculty member deems most appropriate.  Specific rights and responsibilities are outlined in Academic Affairs Policy and Procedure Statement (AAPPS) 4.02, available at:  Faculty may contact the Dean of Students Office to report incidents needing attention beyond that which can be offered by the faculty member; if a student does not respond to a faculty member’s efforts to maintain decorum and an environment conducive to learning for the classroom; or if the faculty member suspends a student from the class in accordance with AAPPS 4.02.  Immediate safety concerns and threats should be reported immediately to the University Police Department at 512-245-2805 or via 9-1-1.

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NOTE:  All reports are taken seriously and providing contact information will allow us to reach out if additional information or clarification is needed.  In some cases, due to the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA), the Dean of Students Office – Student Justice will not be able to disclose what action was taken.  

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