Our office receives and reviews allegations of non-academic misconduct against Emory University undergraduate students. Some examples of non-academic misconduct handled by our office are fighting, harassment, illegal drug use, intimidation, theft, threats, underage alcohol use, vandalism. The Undergraduate Code of Conduct provides the full list of expectations for how students should behave, and what behaviors are prohibited.

Anyone can file a report. We have a public, on-line report form here on our website. You can also call our office at 404-727-3154 and ask to speak with a staff member for assistance with filing a report. While anonymous reports are accepted, our ability to review and respond to a report that is filing anonymously is severely restricted.

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Academic misconduct (e.g., cheating on a test, plagiarizing a paper) is prohibited by the Honor Code. Each school at the University enforces its standards of honor, and violations of these standards are reviewed by the schools, usually in a process that involved both faculty and student involvement.

The Office of Student Conduct does not review cases or academic misconduct, but can provide consultation and referral to the appropriate school administrator on request. 

Academic Integrity Administrators

College of Arts and Sciences Assistant Dean for Undergraduate Education, Jason Ciejka, PhD Email: jciejka@emory.edu Phone: 404.727.0674 

Ms. Blaire Wilson Assistant Director, Honor Council Email: blaire.wilson@emory.edu Phone: 404.727.8928

Goizueta Business School BBA Undergraduate Program Office Email: bba_programs@bus.emory.edu Phone: 404.727.8106

Woodruff School of Nursing Honor Council Members listing 

The Emory Police Department is available 24 hours a day. If you have an urgent concern please call the police department at 404-727-6111. The police can contact Campus Life professional staff, including staff from the Offices of Residence Life and Student Conduct to assist students with urgent concerns.

Emory University is a community of respect, openness, understanding, and civility.  We continually “practice” community by sharing our experiences, listening carefully to others, and debating ideas in civil, generous, and constructive ways.  However, there are times when the actions and behaviors of community members impact others negatively. The Bias Incident Response Team (BIRT) was established to respond to these actions and behaviors with resources, support, and actions. While Emory University values open expression and vigorous debate in the context of civility and mutual respect for diverse individuals and communities, bias incidents directly impact our ability to know, trust, support, and learn from one another.

Definition and Examples

The term 'bias incident’ refers to language and/or actions that demonstrate bias against persons because of, but not limited to, their actual or perceived race, color, religion, ethnic or national origin, gender, genetic information, age, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, or status as a military veteran.

Some, but not all, bias incidents may rise to the level of discriminatory harassmentsexual misconduct, or other violations of policy or law and will be subject to applicable disciplinary and legal processes. It is important to note that expressions of opinion on social or political issues (even on controversial questions of race, gender, identity, etc.) are protected under the university's Open Expression Policy, and therefore cannot be the subject of disciplinary sanctions.

Please click here for the bias incident reporting website.