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Student Rights and Responsibilities

For more than 90 years, the Darla Moore School of Business has provided an outstanding business education to students who have gone on to become leaders in every business sector. The Moore School is committed to educating leaders in global business and to playing a central role in the economic growth of the state by bringing the world to South Carolina and South Carolina to the world.

The University of South Carolina and the Darla Moore School of Business are also committed to encouraging and supporting academic freedom and integrity and protecting the rights of students to live and study in a safe, supportive environment, while also establishing expectations for behavior as a Moore School student.

In addition to rights and responsibilities established by the University of South Carolina, the Moore School has also developed a student Code of Conduct and provided a process to address student grievances.

Additional information on student rights and responsibilities at USC:

The University of South Carolina does not discriminate in educational or employment opportunities or decisions for qualified persons on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, genetics, sexual orientation or veteran status. The USC Office of Diversity and Inclusion is dedicated to creating the most positive and supportive environment possible for students, faculty and staff.

As Carolinians, students, faculty and staff all have a responsibility to uphold high academic ethical standards. The Office of Academic Integrity (OAI) assists the Carolina community is upholding those standards. OAI is also responsible for addressing academically dishonest behavior when it occurs.

The USC Office of Student Conduct provides information on student responsibilities, and assists students with case resolution options if they are alleged to be in violation of the USC Student Code of Conduct. The student conduct process is committed to providing experiences, processes and resources that support the advancement of students’ principled decision-making, responsible citizenship and adherence to The Carolinian Creed. The office is also committed to upholding an environment that supports the health and safety of members of our community so that they can reach academic goals without unnecessary impediments.