UCLA's Student Conduct Code

UCLA students are proud to be members of this community. They take pride in the reputation of our faculty; they take pride in our unparalleled programs and services; they take pride in the wealth of diversity of our community members; and they take pride in our beautiful campus. Intertwined with our core values, Bruin Pride is at the very heart of what it means to be a TRUE BRUIN. Bruins are committed to the values of Integrity, Excellence, Accountability, Respect and Service. Bruins conduct themselves with integrity and understand that the quality of their educational experience is predicated on the quality of their academic work and service to the community Bruins hold themselves accountable to the commitments they make and for their conduct. When faced with adversity, Bruins engage in thoughtful reflection and exhibit superior ethical decision-making skills. They respect the rights and dignity of all members of our community by listening attentively, communicating clearly, and remaining open to understanding others and their diverse points of view. Bruins embrace these values, for these are the values of a TRUE BRUIN.

Does this code apply to a student with a disability?

Yes. UCLA's Student Conduct Code applies to all students on our campus. Registration with the CAE does not absolve a student of the expectation that they conduct themselves in accordance with this code. As such, if a student with a disability is disruptive in your course or otherwise displays behavior that is not consistent with the values of a TRUE BRUIN, they are subject to the student conduct process.

More information can be found on the Office of the Dean of Studentswebsite.

What about students in distress?

For students in distress, please refer to UCLA's Red Folder.