Pitt-Johnstown upholds a climate of civility through conduct standards, educational programs, and intervention efforts. The intention is to encourage and promote appropriate behavior, enhance education, and develop the moral reasoning abilities of the student body.
As such, the goal of the student conduct system is to create conditions for education affording students opportunities to develop mechanisms through which appropriate value-driven decisions can be made. Rather than simply removing a student from the environment, this approach is founded upon a commitment to behavioral change; a view which embraces the educational mission of the University.
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Pitt-Johnstown Hazing Policy
The University of Pittsburgh at Johnstown bans all forms of hazing and, thereby, has a zero-tolerance for hazing activities.
Hazing is defined as any action taken or situation created, intentionally, whether on or off University premises, to produce mental or physical discomfort, embarrassment, harassment, fright, humiliation, or ridicule. Hazing by individual members or organizations is prohibited by the University of Pittsburgh at Johnstown.