Student Code of Conduct

In keeping with Catholic, Jesuit, and humanistic philosophies, Gonzaga University holds a high standard of conduct for its students and community members. The spirit of Jesuit education is to consistently strive for magis, meaning actions and decisions that better serve the universal common good, and to do so with attention to the whole of a person—intellectual, spiritual, physical, and emotional. Gonzaga’s expectations of conduct are designed to develop students into persons who lead lives of leadership and service for the common good. This is a high calling, beyond the basic standards of our society.

The information below represents Gonzaga University's 2016-2017 official Student Code of Conduct, previously found in a document known as the Gonzaga University Student Handbook:

I. University Expectations for Conduct

A.  Principles and Values of the Institution
B.  University Standards of Conduct
C.  Other University Policies and Regulations

II. Student Code of Conduct Administration

A.  General Provisions and Definitions
B.  Student Conduct Processes
C.  Conduct Outcomes
D.  Appeals