Students, staff and faculty of Rogers State University each have a responsibility for maintaining an appropriate learning environment. Students who fail to adhere to the established code of conduct may be subject to disciplinary action.
Student Code of Conduct
All students are responsible for abiding by the rules and regulations set forth in the Rogers State University Student Code of Responsibilities and Conduct. The Office of Student Development is responsible for the administration of the non-academic sections of the code (Title 14).
Reporting Student Misconduct
Please use the Conduct Reporting Form to report any student conduct that has the effect of disturbing the educational operations of the university. This form may be used by faculty, staff, and currently enrolled students.
Faculty have the professional responsibility to set reasonable standards and behavioral expectations for their classroom and the obligation to take the appropriate course of action when student behavior substantially interferes with the ability of a faculty member to teach or the ability of other students to learn.
The faculty member can handle most inappropriate behaviors at the time of the disruption; however, some situations may require consultation, University disciplinary action, and/or immediate emergency response.
Threat Assessment Review Committee (TARC)
Threat Assessment Review Committee (TARC) is the committee that meets regularly to consider reports of individuals displaying anti-social or abnormal behavior. TARC assesses potential threats to the safety and well-being of the University community and takes appropriate action. View the TARC Powerpoint Presentation. In event that you observe someone demonstrating troubling or odd behavior that concerns you, you should contact TARC:
- In event of emergency: 911
- Student Affairs: 918-343-7579
- Employment & Benefits: 918-343-7796
- Campus Police: 918-343-7624
e-Check Up To Go
The Alcohol e-CheckUpToGo is an interactive web survey that allows college and university students to enter information about their drinking patterns and receive feedback about their use of alcohol. The assessment takes about 30 minutes to complete, is self-guided, and is anonymous and confidential. Please note that if you’ve been assigned to take e-CheckUpToGo as a judicial sanction, you must print your completion certificate and return it to the Office of Student Affairs.