The Office of Student Rights and Responsibilities (OSRR) promotes a campus climate of integrity, civility, accountability and student well-being by providing a wide array of resources, education, and support services for the university community. The OSRR office is comprised of: Student Conduct, Integrity and Ethical Development and Student Care Services. OSRR also oversees the Golden Rule Student Handbook, The UCF Creed and Title IX reports perpetrated by a student on a student.
- Fostering student success that balances rights and responsibilities.
- Creating a hub of resources and referrals for student’s experiences challenges.
- Promote ethical practices and the importance of making critical decisions.
- Educate on UCF creed: integrity, scholarship, community, creativity and excellence in an effort to create productive citizens of the UCF community and beyond.
Rights & Responsibilities
Curious as to what your rights and responsibilities are as a UCF student? The Student Rights and Responsibilities policy is a way of ensuring that the rights of students – our most important group – are protected and respected.
As an UCF student, you are entitled to respect and civility as you study here, but you have an important role to play in this free and open exchange of ideas we call a university. You must be aware of your responsibilities and expectations as a student – and that’s where “5.006 Student Rights and Responsibilities” comes in. Here, you’ll find your rights and expectations clearly spelled out. Read it. Know it. Your time as an UCF student will be better for it.