Student Rights and Responsibilities
By reason of its responsibility to promote its educational purpose, the University of Miami has the inherent right to preserve order and maintain stability through the setting of standards of conduct and the prescribing of procedures for the enforcement of such standards. The foundation underlying the prescription of student standards at the University of Miami is the tenet that the exercise of individual rights must be accompanied by an equal amount of responsibility. This assures that the same rights are not denied to others. By accepting membership in the University community, a student acquires rights in, as well as responsibilities to, the whole University community.
NOTE: The University of Miami Student Rights & Responsibilities Handbook is an online publication. The currently posted version of the SR&R is the version of record and supersedes any other publication of the SR&R.
Student Rights and Responsibilities Handbook
Volunteer Activity Program
The Volunteer Activity Program offers students an opportunity to have their discipline files inactivated by completing 50 hours of community service. Students are eligible for the program at the end of their sanction period. Please contact the Dean of Students Office for more information.