Student Code of Conduct Process Flowchart The Dean of Students Office may place a hold on a student's institutional records for a variety of reasons.
Please contact the office (520) 621-7057 if you have a question about a hold placed by our office.
If you plan on dropping to zero units, please contact the Dean of Students Office for information PRIOR to taking action.
During the semester- Changes to your scheule or withdrawal from the University is dictated by dates.
At the discretion of university officials, disciplinary action at the university may proceed before, during, or after legal proceedings. Each faculty member manages his or her classroom in the manner in which they see fit and are the only ones who may determine what constitutes an excused absence.
Therefore, we are unable to excuse absences for students, grant extensions, require that professors allow students to make-up missed work, or ensure students may miss class and submit late work without penalty, etc.
The Dean of Students Office does not play a role in disqualification decisions. Please contact your academic advisor or academic college directly to find out what type of disqualification you are facing and if there is an appeals process.
The Student Code of Conduct provides expectations of behavior for all University of Arizona students.Be prepared to provide a detailed description of the emergency circumstances, as well as a reasonable explanation as to why the student is unable to contact their instructors directly.If possible, please include the length of time the student is expected to be absent from class. If a student must miss a class or classes for a university-sponsored event, the faculty or staff responsible for that event requests a UA Official Activity Excused Absence Request Form from the Dean of Students Office.You should communicate directly with your instructors about your absences, and they may request that you provide documentation in order to excuse absences per their course or departmental policy.Please contact your instructors directly to discuss your absences and the impact they will have on your final grade.