Student Conduct System
In order to foster the goals and spirit of the Nebraska Wesleyan community, students are expected to practice, both in and out of the classroom, the standards embodied in the following promise:
Prairie Wolf Promise
Integrity – University students exemplify honesty, honor and a respect for the truth in all of their dealings.
Community – University students build and enhance their community.
Social Justice – Students are just and equitable in their treatment of all members of the community and act to discourage and/or intervene to prevent unjust and inequitable behaviors.
Respect – University students show positive regard for each other and for the community.
Responsibility – University students are given and accept a high level of responsibility to self, to others and to the community.
These standards are found in the Nebraska Wesleyan University Code of Student Conduct.
Alcohol and Drugs
The Nebraska Wesleyan Student Alcohol and Drugs Policy reflects a community standard embodied in the Responsibility section of the Prairie Wolf Promise.
How the Student Conduct System works
Students who choose to interfere with the rights of other members of the community will be referred to the Student Conduct System.
Individuals wishing to file a complaint against a current Nebraska Wesleyan student for an alleged violation of the NWU Code of Student Conduct should do so by completing a Student Conduct System Complaint Form or by reporting to kbolling [at] nebrwesleyan.edu (Kevin Bollinger), Director of Student Integrity and Campus Community.
Alleged violations of the Code of Student Conduct involving sexual violence, including sexual assault, stalking and domestic or dating violence should be reported to nsutliff [at] nebrwesleyan.edu (Natasha Sutliff), Title IX and Sexual Misconduct Officer, and will be addressed utilizing NWU sexual harassment and sexual misconduct policies.
The University takes a developmental approach to student conduct, with an expectation of responsible and appropriate behavior. We ask that students …
- Think about the consequences of actions before acting;
- Solve problems that contribute to inappropriate behavior;
- Stop inappropriate behavior, including bystander intervention; and
- Understand the University’s positions and needs.