Being a Saint Peter’s University student carries with it certain responsibilities for behavior. Students are adults, and as such, must take responsibility for their actions and share in the right to be treated with respect and dignity by others. The information contained in this Student Conduct section of this guide outlines the University’s expectations for students in their behavior and how the University will respond to behavior that runs counter to those expectations. Please review the information found in these pages, and always uphold the Student Code of Conduct.
As a community, we are inspired by the Jesuit ideal of Men and Women for and With Others. This value embodies a spirit of giving and pursuing justice on behalf of all persons.
“Love ought to show itself more in deeds than in words.” – Saint Ignatius of Loyola