The fundamental purpose of the Johns Hopkins University’s (the “University” or “JHU”) regulation of student conduct is to promote and to protect the health, safety, welfare, property, and rights of all members of the University community as well as to promote the orderly operation of the University and to safeguard its property and facilities. As members of the University community, students accept certain responsibilities which support the educational mission and create an environment in which all students are afforded the same opportunity to succeed academically.
This Johns Hopkins University Student Conduct Code (this “Code”) applies to all students, including without limitation undergraduate and graduate students, and student groups and organizations, whether recognized by the University or not, in the following schools and divisions:
- Bloomberg School of Public Health (BSPH)
- Carey Business School (CBS)
- Krieger School of Arts and Sciences (KSAS)
- Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS)
- Peabody Institute (Peabody)
- School of Education (SOE)
- School of Nursing (SON)
- Whiting School of Engineering (WSE)
The schools and divisions above must comply with, and ensure that their policies and procedures comply with, this Code. To the extent there is any inconsistency between divisional policies and procedures and this Code, this Code controls.
For more information on Johns Hopkins University’s Student Code of conduct, please visit https://studentaffairs.jhu.edu/policies-guidelines/student-code.