Office of Student Conduct
A Message from the Director
WKU is suspending face-to-face classes and transitioning to virtual learning for the remainder of the semester. To aid this process, spring break was extended for one week through Sunday, March 22. Beginning Monday, March 23, instruction will be virtual for the remainder of spring semester. Further resources are available at the Student Resource Portal.
The Office of Student Conduct understands that some students may have specific circumstances related to our office, which may require special attention. The office is committed to continue working with students to achieve the most satisfactory outcome possible in a timely manner during these unique times.
We understand that there may be many questions about details surrounding the transition to virtual instruction, and administrative processes to provide you service. We are here to help answer those questions as it relates to your case.
Our first priority is the health and well-being of the WKU community, and we are immediately focused on ensuring our students are safe and in a position to successfully continue their academic careers. information and up to date messages can be found at:
We will work hard to answer your questions, respond to your concerns in a timely manner.
We appreciate everyone’s patience during this time.
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In student success!
Michael P. Crowe, Jr.
Director of Student Conduct
Title IX Deputy Coordinator/Investigator
Preparing students to be productive, engaged, and socially responsible citizen leaders of a global society.
Promoting Ethics, Integrity, Civility and Responsibility of all Students
It is the position of The Office of Student Conduct that among the violations of misconduct considered to be of an especially serious nature are those that represent a threat to the safety and health of members of the University Community. These include but are not limited too, harassment, physical violence or threat of violence, non-consensual sexual contact, rape or any form of sexual violence.
The Division of Enrollment and Student Experience: