Student Code of Conduct
As an Experiential Global Learning participant, you are an ambassador of both the University of Connecticut and the United States. Accordingly, we expect you to adhere to the University of Connecticut’s Student Conduct Code, as well as the regulations of the specific program and host institution. We also expect you to abide by the laws and respect the customs of the host country. Please be aware that if the Vice President of Global Affairs, the Director of Experiential Global Learning, or the Dean of Students determine on the basis of due process that you are in violation of the Student Conduct Code, your participation in the program may be terminated, and further disciplinary action may be taken which could lead to suspension or expulsion from the University.
Please read carefully the UConn Responsibilities of Student Life: The Student Code on the Community Standards website.
Students are ineligible to participate in any Experiential Global Learning program if they are on University Probation at any point during the application process, after Experiential Global Learning has accepted their applications, or after they have committed to their programs. If a student is placed on University Probation after they have committed to a program, they are still responsible for paying the non-refundable $475 Study Abroad Fee and any other fees incurred on their behalf.