Student Handbook & Resources

As a member of the Drake family, a certain standard of behavior is expected. You have a responsibility to contribute to the Drake community and help preserve a safe, welcoming, and positive environment.

All students are expected to read and understand the Student Handbook, which lays out these behavior expectations. Should act in a way that is not in accordance with this code, the Dean of Students Office will facilitate the appropriate disciplinary actions.

While we hope your time at Drake is largely positive, we are here to provide support should you encounter challenges or obstacles.  Please contact the Dean of Students if you need assistance with student life issues.

Submit an Allegation of Misconduct

Click on the link below to submit an Allegation of Misconduct. Please fill out the form in its entirety. Be as specific as possible, including information such as; witnesses, victims, accused, date and time, location, time line of events, and supporting documentation/evidence.  If you require assistance completing this form, stop by the Dean of Students Office, located on the second floor of Old Main.
https://drake-jams.symplicity.com/public_report/

Submit a Care Network Report

Click on the link below to submit a Care Network Report.  This should be used to provide information to Dean of Students regarding concerns that you may have for a member of the Drake University Community.  You have the option to remain anonymous, if you desire. If you require assistance completing this form, stop by the Dean of Students Office, located on the second floor of Old Main.
https://drake-jams.symplicity.com/care_report/

Anonymous Complaints 

Drake University is committed to fair and ethical principles, practices and conduct in all business and academic relationships. The University’s trustees, officers, faculty and staff are expected to model the highest standards of ethical behavior and stewardship. To facilitate and protect this commitment, the University has contracted with EthicsPoint to manage a confidential hotline which provides an anonymous way to report situations that may represent financial misconduct or violations of local, state or federal law or University policies.

 

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