The University of Wisconsin-Platteville is a vibrant, diverse, active community. The quality of life in our community is directly related to the actions and behaviors of its members. As community members, we each have certain rights and responsibilities. It is important to realize that it is the responsibility of each member of the community to understand and adhere to these standards.  Students are expected to make themselves aware of and comply with the law, and with university policies and regulations. Students are maturing adults, capable of making their own decisions, as well as accepting the consequences for those decisions.  The student conduct process has been established to respond to incidents involving allegations of inappropriate behavior within our community.  This process provides educational opportunities which encourage students to evaluate their own actions, consider their own decision making, and acquire new skills to improve their choices in the future.

Student Conduct Documents

Dean of Students: BRRT

What is BRRT?
  • BRRT stands for Behavioral Review and Recommendation Team.
  • For information about BRRT, visit the BRRT website.
  • Have a concern about a student? 
    Submit a report to BRRT.