A college education is primarily academic and intellectual in nature. Equally important, however, is the development of values and attitudes, which encourage mature, responsible behavior in all areas of life. Out of class student conduct is not separate from its effect on the total community. Rather, it is integral to the educational process.
In this spirit, Marywood has established regulations for student behavior and a conduct system through which policy violations are adjudicated. This process uses preponderance of evidence as the standard of proof during conduct hearings.
More information about the conduct process can be found in the Student Handbook.