General Information: Community Standards
Your on-campus residential experience is more than a convenient place to sleep and live. It is a great opportunity to learn about yourself, others and how to truly be part of a diverse community. The student Community Standards are established to help students be part of communities that are inclusive, respectful and conducive to academic pursuits.
Behavior that strays from the goals and mission of the University and Student Housing Services will not be accepted. Any form of bigotry, threats, intimidation, violence, or other forms of harassment or oppression against any member of our community is not welcome and will be addressed by Student Housing Services staff.
Disciplinary action may be taken against any student of the University of Hawai`i at Mänoa community for any misconduct or violation of University and/or Student Housing Services policies and regulations including, but not limited, to the following types of conduct:
A. Violation of rules and regulations as contained in the current Student Housing Services Information Brochure and Application, Residence Hall System Contract, Community Standards, the Guide to Campus Living, and specific hall regulations.
B. Violation of standards of conduct and/or regulations contained in the current University of Hawai`i at Mänoa Handbook, catalog, and UHM Student Conduct Code. The UHM Student Conduct Code can be found on-line at www.hawaii.edu/student/conduct/.
C. If a resident is present during a policy violation, that resident may be held responsible and appropriate sanctions may be assigned.
D. All residents are expected to know and comply with all applicable Federal, State and local laws and guidelines.
All residents are responsible for knowing and complying with Student Housing Services Community Standards and University regulations. Please take time to review all the policies and standards on this website. If you have any questions, please ask a Student Housing Services staff member.