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Leadership and Service Center

Student Organization Conduct

The University of South Carolina strives to maintain an educational community that fosters the development of students who are ethical, civil and responsible persons. As such, specific behavioral standards are expected and applied to student behavior.

Responsibility for good conduct rests with students as individuals, for both themselves and their guests. Student organizations have similar responsibility for maintaining good conduct among their members and guests and at activities they sponsor.

All members of the university community are expected to use reasonable judgment in their daily campus life and to show due concern for the welfare and rights of others. Students can and will be held accountable for behavior that violates the following defined University of South Carolina standards:

Student Code of Conduct [pdf]

Student Organizations Policy [pdf]


Student Organizational Conduct

To help you make fully informed choices about joining student organizations at USC, we provide a report on any organizational conduct violations dating back to 2011.


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