Student Code of Conduct


Student Disability Services (SDS) is a professional environment that provides services and accommodations for students with disabilities at The University of Texas at San Antonio. In order to best serve our students, we expect everyone to be courteous and appropriate to one another and to SDS staff. Profanity, aggression (verbal or physical), threats, yelling, slamming doors or items, failing to adhere to academic integrity policies or comply with SDS guidelines, etc. are considered unacceptable due to the disruption of other students and staff in providing services and academic accommodations.

Disruptive and disorderly conduct or failure to comply with the guidelines and expectations of the university’s Code of Student Conduct and SDS may result in contacting The Office of Student Conduct and Community Standards or the police. The same general expectations of behavior apply to all students, including those with disabilities. Students registered with SDS must adhere to the policies and guidelines stated in the Code of Student Conduct. These policies apply to academic and non-academic behavior on and off campus. To refer to the Code of Student Conduct, please visit the website of SCCS.

Feel free to discuss any questions, comments, or concerns with your assigned SDS counselor.