2017-2018 Main Campus Undergraduate Student Handbook 
    Oct 07, 2022  
2017-2018 Main Campus Undergraduate Student Handbook [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Student Conduct Policies

Point Loma Nazarene University recognizes the student as a young adult pursuing an education. When entering the university, students take upon themselves certain responsibilities and obligations. The current student handbook defines the standards of conduct for all PLNU undergraduate students enrolled at the main campus. Four very clear non-negotiable behavioral expectancies exist:

  • Excellence in academic performance
  • Civility in all communications
  • Abstinence from drugs, alcohol, smoking, and all forms of tobacco
  • Communicating respect for self, others, and for property

These expectations are consistent with successful academic progress, and with the Christian and social heritage of PLNU.

Point Loma Nazarene University wishes to assist students in leading congruent lives that are based on integrity and truth. The student conduct policies are based on a set of shared and biblical values, and establish the expectations for PLNU students regardless of where and when their behaviors occur. Therefore, students engaging in inappropriate conduct will be held accountable to these standards, regardless if the behavior is on or off campus. Students will also be held accountable for statements and publications that they make, whether in printed or any electronic form, that are inconsistent with the student conduct policies. The Student Handbook is maintained by the Office of Student Development. Questions or comments may be directed to the Vice President for Student Development, Caye Smith, Psy.D., cayesmith@pointloma.edu.