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Code of Student Rights and Responsibilities (Student Code)

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Review, Approval, Change History: 

08/12/2016: During Spring 2016, Student Senate revised the code in its entirety.  Select amendments include updated rights of students, jurisdictional language, and clarification of policies.

01/23/2015: Policy formatting cleanup (e.g., bolding, spacing).

12/02/2014: Updated keywords for better search functionality.

11/24/2014: Clarification on Title IX jurisdiction.

10/20/2014: Policy formatting cleanup (e.g., bolding, spacing).

08/05/2014: Revisions effective.

07/22/2014: Revisions approved by Chancellor. 

05/07/2014: Last revised by Student Senate. 

1986: Revised.

1970: The Code of Student Rights and Responsibilities was originally adopted by the Student Senate, approved by the Chancellor in 1970, and revised in 1986 and biannually thereafter for the University of Kansas, Lawrence campus. The Code, presented here in its entirety, is subject to amendment by the Student Senate with the approval of the Chancellor. Any activity, policy, rule or regulation for the implementation of this code is subject to the approval of the Chancellor and the Board of Regents as provided by law and the University Senate Code.

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