SUNY Oneonta
Office of Student Conduct

Amanda L. Finch, Director

The primary responsibility of the Office of Student Conduct is to adjudicate alleged violations of the Code of Student Conduct. The judicial process is designed to be an educational one which fosters student learning, personal integrity, and ethical development as well as promotes a safe and healthy campus environment by enforcing the College’s community expectations.

The purpose of the Code of Student Conduct is to state the College's expectations, and to provide an explanation of the process involved for responding to allegations of student misconduct, on or off campus, as well as outlining what actions the College may take in dealing with violations of the Code of Student Conduct. A student attending the College at Oneonta agrees to be governed by this Code, as well as other College policies.

All of our policies and procedures are stated in the Code of Student Conduct. Click on the link listed in the
left margin to go there. If you have any questions feel free to click on the Frequently Asked Questions link at
the left or contact our office at the address, phone and/or e-mail listed below.



We are located at:
119 Netzer Administration Building