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Wolf Pack Wednesday: Student Conduct (Fall 2023)

Subject line: Living in Community at LOYNO

Send date: August 9, 2023

Loyola University New Orleans is dedicated to fostering academic achievement, personal development, and social responsibility. As a Jesuit university, we are committed to the human dignity and worth of every person on our campus and in our community. The Department of Student Conduct is here to help support your development and create a campus environment that reflects the core values of our university.

The Student Conduct team focuses on three primary goals: 

  • Engage students in discussions about ethical decision-making
  • Promote awareness of students’ rights and responsibilities on campus
  • Create a fair, consistent, and transparent system to address misconduct 

Loyola has brought us all together through our shared interests, goals, and passion to make the world a better place. Living in community means we all take accountability for our actions, grow from our mistakes, and show each other mutual respect—even if we don’t always agree. The Department of Student Conduct provides a framework to help us achieve these goals together.  

Loyola Student Handbook 

Please take some time to get acquainted with our Student Code of Conduct, which outlines your rights and responsibilities as a student and the policies we have in place to address issues when they arise. If you are concerned about the behaviors of a fellow student, we encourage you to submit a conduct report so we can address your concerns and provide the necessary support.   

Title IX 

Title IX is a federal law that prohibits sex discrimination in education programs and activities that receive federal funding. Under Title IX, sexual harassment is a form of discrimination based on sex, and includes sexual assault, dating violence, domestic violence, and stalking. Title IX also prohibits discrimination within housing, athletics, and employment. All members of the Loyola community have the right to be free of discrimination, and we encourage everyone to learn about our Title IX reporting process and procedures.  

VectorSolutions Student Conduct Training

To help you learn the essentials of Student Conduct at Loyola, please complete your required VectorSolutions student conduct training no later than September 15. Check your Loyola email for login instructions. Failure to complete the training will result in a registration hold on your account. Your training link can also be accessed through the Single Sign On (SSO) app. For questions, reach out to studentaffairs@loyno.edu.

Meet the Student Conduct Team 

Dallas Flint

Dallas Flint serves as the Director of Student Conduct. She joined Loyola in 2023 and has worked in Student Affairs for more than a decade at universities across the country. 

Dawn Broussard

Dr. Dawn Broussard serves as Title IX Coordinator and Deputy Chief Student Affairs Officer. As a Louisiana native, she has worked in Student Affairs for higher education institutions across the state for the last 15+ years. 

Get Ready for Wolf Pack Welcome

Wolf Pack Welcome is on August 17–20! Make sure you are ready by downloading the guide in the Guidebook app before you arrive for the detailed schedule. Check out the Student track marked with a maroon dot in the schedule, and share the Parents & Caregivers track marked with a gold dot with your family members! We also have a Spanish version of the schedule available on our website. If you have questions or concerns, please email getinvolved@loyno.edu.

 

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