University of California, RiversideUCR

Student Organizations   

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Policies for Student Organizations  

Just like individual students, student organizations must follow campus policies. Take the time to learn and follow them, so that your organization can keep its official status. 

Good Neighbor Guidelines 
See the rules for noise, trash and parties in residential neighborhoods.

Student Life Guidelines
See the rules for registering, maintaining status, Highlander Welcome events and more. 
Watch video tutorials about student organization policies, trainings and ways to get things done. 

Posting Policies
See the Student Affairs Posting and Distribution Policy.
See the HUB Posting Policy. 
See the Residence Hall Handbook (especially pages 76-78).
See the Posting Regulations Policy 700-50.

Hazing Policies 
See Hazing Information.

UCR Policies 
Learn the Standards of Conduct (UC Policies Applying to Campus Activities, Organizations, and Students). 

Workshop Sanctions
Get information and forms connected to workshop sanctions. 

Contact us to:

  • Get help when your or your members witness misconduct.
  • Get advice on enacting your organization’s internal judicial process fairly.
  • Check your organization's disciplinary history.
  • Request a workshop or other educational partnership.
  • Preventatively check to see how policies apply to your events.

If you have any questions about student conduct for student organizations, email conduct@ucr.edu or the Student Conduct Coordinator for Student Organizations, Andy Schuster.


More Information

General Campus Information

University of California, Riverside
900 University Ave.
Riverside, CA92521
Tel: (951) 827-1012

Department Information

Student Conduct and Academic Integrity Programs
111 Costo Hall

Tel: (951) 827-4208
Fax: (951) 827-7849
E-mail: conduct@ucr.edu