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Student Code of Conduct​

COVID-19: EP 7.208 Appendix

COVID-19 has brought on new challenges for us and caused us to adapt to the changing world around us. During COVID-19, UH West O`ahu’s priority has always been the health and safety of its students, faculty, and staff as we face ongoing challenges caused by COVID-19. As members of the UH West O`ahu community, each one of us has an obligation to ourselves and those around us to abide by the health and safety requirements along with the guidelines.

The UH System has created an addendum to Executive Policy 7.208 (UH System Student Code of Conduct) called, “Appendix I: Student Infectious Disease Mitigation in Response to COVID-19” because of the imposing nature of the health and safety requirements during the pandemic and to make clear by the University; what the expectations, requirements, and the consequences of failure to meet those requirements. Therefore, UH West O`ahu has adopted this Appendix under the UH West O`ahu’s Student Code of Conduct.

We encourage you to visit our COVID-19: EP 7.208 Appendix page to learn more about the addendum to EP 7.208 and the prohibited conducts under this addendum. 

Student Code of Conduct

University of Hawaiʻi – West Oʻahu exists so that the people it serves have learning and enrichment opportunities to improve their quality of life and their standard of living. UH West Oʻahu supports a positive educational environment that will benefit student success. To ensure this vision, UH West Oʻahu has established guidelines for the redress of grievances by individuals accused in such proceedings. In addition, UH West Oʻahu has established a Student Code of Conduct to ensure the protection of student rights and the health and safety of the UH West Oʻahu community, as well as to support the efficient operation of UH West Oʻahu programs.

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