Office of Student Conduct, Rights and Advocacy
The mission of the Office of Student Conduct, Rights and Advocacy is to advance the educational mission of Northern Kentucky University by educating students about community standards, promoting student learning and accountability, and facilitating the development of thoughtful and responsible individuals. Our office is available to assist students in resolving grievances with other members of the University community and providing support to students who are experiencing a family or other personal hardship.
We have designed our website to be a valuable resource for students, parents, legal professionals and the University community. Hopefully many of your questions will be answered and if you have any remaining ones, please feel free to contact us at 859-572-5147 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our office is located in the Student Union, room 301.
What is Haven?
At NKU we care about the well-being of all students and are committed to providing a safe learning environment. NKU offers a variety of prevention initiatives, including Haven. Haven is a web-based violence prevention program that is provided to all incoming first-year, transfer, graduate and law students. We believe this program will provide useful information to students and help NKU maintain a safe campus community.
For more information on violence prevention visit the Norse Violence Prevention Center website or in person in SU 304.