Student Conduct

George Mason University's (the "University") Code of Student Conduct (the "CSC") is a regulatory policy governing non-academic student disciplinary matters within the University.

As a public institution of higher education, the University’s primary goals are the transmission of knowledge, the pursuit of truth, and the development of its students into productive citizens who contribute to the well-being of society. The purpose of the CSC is to foster a supportive climate of protecting the community from disruptive conduct while facilitating conduct that supports teaching and learning environments.

The CSC is written and generally enforced by the University's Fairfax Office of Student Conduct. However, we at Mason Korea have the discretion to handle referrals involving students studying at the Mason Korea campus.

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