Code of Student Conduct: To Be An Illinois State University Student 13-14

Category: Policies Restricting Freedom of Conscience School: Illinois State University Statement Rating: Red

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To be a student at Illinois State University, we expect you to recognize the strength of personal differences, while respecting institutional values. You are encouraged to think and act for yourself, as that is the purpose of higher education. However, we expect you to understand that the University has non-negotiable values in which it believes strongly. These values include:

• Character
• Conscience
• Civility
• Citizenship
• An Appreciation of Diversity
• Individual and Social Responsibility

These values are the hallmark of the University, and will be protected diligently. Each person has the right and ability to make decisions about his or her own conduct. Just as importantly, each person has the responsibility to accept the consequences of those decisions. When individual behavior conflicts with the values of the University, the individual must choose whether to adapt his or her behavior to meet the needs of the community or to leave the University.

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