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Office of Student Conduct

The purpose of the Student Code of Conduct is to explain student rights and responsibilities as members of the Ohio Northern University community. The Code of Conduct is based upon the values contained in the University Mission Statement:
Influenced by a unique history and an enduring affiliation with the United Methodist Church, Ohio Northern University’s mission is to provide a high quality learning environment that prepares students for success in their careers, service to their communities, the nation, and the world, and a lifetime of personal growth inspired by the higher values of truth, beauty, and goodness. The University’s distinctive academic program includes mutually supporting liberal and professional education components that integrate practice with theory, complemented by excellent co-curricular offerings that enrich the Northern experience. To fulfill this mission, faculty and staff engage with students so they can learn to think critically, creatively, and entrepreneurially, communicate effectively, gain practical experience, solve problems collaboratively, and act as ethical and responsible members of a global community.

In essence, the Code of Conduct requires students to behave in a manner consistent with the values described in the University Mission Statement. To do so, students are expected to demonstrate:

Commitment to Self with maturity, openness, accountability and self-discipline;
Commitment to Others with supportive, mutually collaborative, respectful, social interactions in all living and learning environments; and,
Commitment to Community with responsible citizenship, active participation and global awareness.

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Office information

Office hours: Monday-Friday 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Chad Shepherd
Director of Student Conduct
Phone: 419-772-2434
Fax: 419-772-2708

Teresa Roberts
Senior Administrative Specialist
Phone: 419-772-3557
Fax: 419-772-2708
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