College is an exciting time to grow as a person, learn new things, make new friends, and take your first steps toward your future career. No student expects to have difficulties with disciplinary matters when they go to college. That doesn't prevent it from happening, however. Running afoul of the university or college code of student conduct and landing yourself in trouble can occur all too easily for many students.
Your New Hampshire school should make some resources available to you to ensure you don't end up with disciplinary struggles. One of these resources is your school's code of student conduct. This document should explain your school's expectations for student behavior, the rules you have to follow, certain behaviors that could lead to disciplinary intervention, procedures for dealing with prohibited behaviors, and your rights as a student.
If you haven't already, you should find your New Hampshire school's code of conduct and read it carefully. Your college or university has most likely published the code online, so it should be easy to find. If you do break one of the rules, ignorance of the code of conduct won't be enough to defend yourself. It's your responsibility as a student to know the rules and follow them. It's also helpful to know what might happen if you end up with an accusation of a disciplinary violation.
New Hampshire Code of Conduct Issues: Academic Misconduct, Sexual Misconduct, and General Disciplinary Charges
In your New Hampshire school's code of conduct, there may be more than one type of misconduct that can land you in trouble. Typically, violations fall into one of three categories: academic dishonesty, sexual misconduct, and general code of conduct violations.
Academic dishonesty is when a student tries to give themselves an unfai