Stanford University's Code of Conduct
As a member of the Stanford University community, each of us is responsible for maintaining the highest ethical standards and performing activities with the utmost integrity and fairness.
The Stanford Code of Conduct is our guide for ethical, professional and legal standards of behavior. Central to this code is the principle of treating others with respect, integrity, honesty, and fairness. As a community we strive to integrate these values into teaching, research, and business practices. We are individually and collectively accountable for our behavior. Violations of this code will result in disciplinary action up to and including termination.
University-Wide Policy Documents
There are many sources of policies that affect the Stanford community. Visit the link below for a list of University policy documents. Please note: Individual schools and departments also may maintain additional policies. Such policies, however, do not override these university-wide policies.