Dean of Students Faculty and Staff Resources

Dean of Students Faculty and Staff Resources


Dean of Students

Incident Report

To report an issue or incident regarding a student's conduct in your classroom, please fill out an incident report and forward it to Donald Young dean of students, at dyoung@bloomu.edu.

If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to contact The Dean of Students office at 570-389-4734. Thank You!

Academic Integrity Policy

This updated Academic Integrity Policy form includes all of the options regarding an academic integrity violation. Please contact our office if you have any questions!

Academic Integrity Policy Form (.pdf) | (.docx)

Formal Judicial Hearing Process

Formal hearing boards convene to hear alleged charges brought against a Bloomsburg University student who has been accused of violating the Student Code of Conduct. The overall purpose of convening a formal hearing (also known as a University Judicial Board or a University Conduct Board), is to resolve conflicts between two parties.

These parties usually take on two forms:

  • Student to student conflict — An example of this scenario is physical abuse inflicted upon one student by another student. In this situation, the victim should have a desire to file a Student Code of Conduct charge against his/her assailant. In this case, the victim would meet with the Director or Assistant Director of Student Standards and the administrative, preliminary process would begin.
  • University and student — An example of this type of conflict is when a student is cited off campus for a violation of Commonwealth law such as underage drinking, assault, etc. This scenario represents a conflict between the student and the University in that the student potentially/allegedly violated the Student Code of Conduct. In this case, a designated administrator would represent the University and state the case on its behalf during the formal hearing.

Who's Who Among Students

Who's Who Among Students

Nominations are now being accepted for the 2014-15 edition of Who's Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities. Students who have completed 80 credits and have a minimum of 2.75 QPA are eligible. Selection is based on scholarship, leadership, and service qualities. Nomination forms, an information flyer as well as the list of eligible students can be found below.

Deadline for nominations is Friday, Nov. 7. Feel free to contact Donald W. Young, dean of students, with any questions or concerns at 570-389-4734.