Key Campus Contacts
Disciplinary Referral (Incident Report)
Faculty Report form for Suspect Incident of Academic Dishonesty
The Office of Student Conduct is responsible for acting on behalf of Kingsborough Community College and the Office of the Dean of Student Affairs in matters pertaining to student conduct and discipline. The Office of Student Conduct deals with alleged instances of student misconduct and academic dishonesty on campus by determining the best resolution for a given situation while remaining consistent with the goals and mission of Kingsborough Community College as an institution of higher learning.
The mission of the Office of Student Conduct is to educate students and protect the rights, health, and safety of all members of the Kingsborough Community College community. Student Conduct will also encourage and support a civil and holistic learning environment that fosters personal growth and the development of life skills by holding students accountable for actions and behaviors inconsistent with the scope of the Kingsborough Community College community. The student conduct system also aims to address inconsistent behavior in an approach that informs students and guides them toward a greater sense of personal responsibility, decision-making, and acceptable community standards.
Our Learning Outcomes:
Students are responsible for reading, understanding, and abiding by all policies, code of conduct and the Henderson Rules to Maintain Public Order. Claiming not to know these policies will not be considered a legitimate excuse for violating policy.
Please be advised that the Office of Student Conduct will utilize students’ Kingsborough Community College email account as a primary means of communication.
Call us:Monday-Friday, 9:00am-5:00pm718-368-5563 (phone)718-368-4609 (fax)
Visit us:Office of the Vice President of Student AffairsA2162001 Oriental BoulevardBrooklyn, New York 11235
Email us:Damali DublinStudent Conduct OfficerDamali.Dublin@kbcc.cuny.edu
If you are a victim or have observed sexual assault, dating violence, sexual harassment, domestic violence and/or stalking, please report concerns to the Office of the Vice President of Student Affairs, Public Safety and/or the Title IX Coordinator. To learn more about combating sexual assault and other unwelcomed sexual behavior , please visit:
Title IX: Sexual Harassment and Sexual Assault Curriculum
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