Office of Student Conduct
The Office of Student Conduct promotes academic and personal integrity and responsibility.

Office of Student Conduct

Welcome to the Office of Student Conduct. The Office of Student Conduct is responsible for addressing violations of University policy through the University disciplinary process and ensuring that students' rights are applied fairly and consistently. The system is intended to emphasize student learning through a developmental process that holds individuals accountable for their actions and provides opportunities for personal growth and respect for others.

Resources and information including policies and educational programs are provided for Duquesne students, faculty and staff, as well as for parents and visitors to campus.

Attention Students: We want you to be a successful and responsible member of our community throughout your time at Duquesne. As a member of the Duquesne community, the University expects you to abide by the Student Handbook and associated Duquesne University Student Expectations for COVID-19 (effective July 2020), when on- and off-campus. Please be aware of Senior Vice President for Student Life Dr. Douglas Frizzell's emails concerning COVID-19 Off Campus Gatherings and Consequences (sent August 20, 2020), and the Update to COVID-19 Off Campus Gatherings (sent August 24, 2020).

Director of Student Conduct

Anne Mullarkey Sawa

Anne Mullarkey Sawa
Duquesne Union, Room 117
Phone: 412.396.6642
Fax: 412.396.1841
mullarke@duq.edu

Office Hours

Monday - Friday, 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM

About Us

The Office of Student Conduct and the Office of Residence Life oversee the University's student conduct system, which was established to:

  • Maintain a safe campus community
  • Uphold University standards of academic and personal integrity and responsibility
  • Adjudicate instances of alleged violations of the Student Handbook
  • Administer the disciplinary processes and sanctions

View the Student Conduct Record Q&A to learn about your university conduct record.

The office also promotes the expectations and goals of the University, as specified by the Division of Mission and Identity.


Students should be aware of the consequences of violating the Duquesne University alcohol and drug policy. View the Infographic below to learn more.

 An infographic that explains the consequences for violating the Duquesne University Alcohol and Drugs Policy

Alcohol and Other Drug Violations infographic (Downloadable PDF)