Code of Conduct for International Studies Programs
The Office of International Studies and Programs is responsible for the administration of all study abroad programs at Texas A&M University-Kingsville. As such this office holds students responsible for knowing and abiding by the policies set forth in this document, as well as the policies and guidelines included in the University‘s Student Handbook. As a study abroad student, you are required to read both documents before your departure to your destination.
I. Administration of the Student Code of Conduct for Study Abroad Students
Authority for administering student conduct and the disciplinary system is delegated by the President of the University to the Interim Senior Vice President for Fiscal and Student Affairs and the Dean of Students. Violations of the Student Code of Conduct and/or the Code of Conduct for International Studies Programs will be reported to the Dean of Students by the Office of International Studies and Programs. The Office of the Dean of Students will determine the appropriate response to the alleged misconduct and whether the sanctions should be immediate or upon return to campus. He/she will also designate the individual or disciplinary body to investigate and/or resolve the allegations.
II. Student Code of Conduct for International Study Abroad Students
All students who participate in Texas A&M University-Kingsville International Studies programs are representatives of A&M-Kingsville and their country for the duration of their time on the program. Students are expected to conduct themselves appropriately and respectfully, and will abide by the rules set forth by the Office of International Studies and Programs, the Program Director, the onsite program staff, and their hotel or home stay hosts.
This page was last updated on: May 01, 2012