The Center for Community Standards and Accountability

Please Note: The Office of Student Conduct (OSC) was formally changed to the Center for Community Standards and Accountability (CSA) on August, 1, 2022. CSA still handles disciplinary cases on behalf of the University, please click here to refer a case.

Mission Statement

The mission of the Center for Community Standards and Accountability (CSA) is to promote accountability, integrity, healing, and community building within the Penn community. CSA works to resolve violations of the Code of Academic Integrity and the Code of Student Conduct, as well as to coordinate university response to address incidents of bias and harm within our community...
Community Standards and Accountability
The Center for Community Standards and Accountability is responsible for acting on behalf of the University in matters of student discipline for violations of the Code of Academic Integrity and the Code of Student Conduct...
Restorative Practices @ Penn
Restorative Practices @ Penn (RP@P) works with students, staff, and faculty at the University of Pennsylvania to promote healing, accountability, and community building...
Sexual Misconduct Policy
Violations of the Sexual Misconduct Policy are handled by the Office of the Associate Vice President for Equity and Title IX Officer. If you are looking to file a report of Sexual Misconduct or to learn more about the Title IX disciplinary process, please click below.

Get Involved!

The Center for Community Standards and Accountability has many opportunities for students, staff and faculty to get involved. Please click an opportunity for involvement to learn more!

The University Honor Council of the University of Pennsylvania (UHC) is an undergraduate student body that promotes academic integrity and honorable conduct in the Penn community...
The Center for Community Standards and Accountability recommends that students have an Advisor accompany them throughout the disciplinary process...
The Peer Restorative Practitioners (P-Reps) are Penn undergraduate and graduate students trained by RP@P to educate peers and facilitate restorative processes in their communities...