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When a student is charged with a Code of Conduct violation it can be a challenging experience for both parent and student. Our hope is that parents will be supportive and assist students in navigating their way through the conduct process. We will do our best to work with parents to answer questions and make sure students are treated fairly and consistently. Below is some information for parents regarding the conduct system. If you have further questions, feel free to contact our office.

Tips to help your student avoid going through the conduct system.

One of the best ways to make sure a student has a positive UNH experience is to help them avoid going through the conduct system in the first place. Below are some ways parents can be proactive to help their student avoid having a conduct record.

Ways to support your student if they are going through the conduct system.

If your student has been charged with a code of conduct violation there are a number of things parents can do to supportive of their student.

If you decide to get directly involved with the case and want to contact our office, please understand that we can only speak about the specifics of the case if your student had completed a Release of Information Form and submitted it to our office. This form can be printed off from our website or picked up in our office.

The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act is a Federal Law that protects the privacy of student education records. Without a signed release, by law, we can only answer general questions about the conduct process.

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