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The Office of Student Conduct and Community Engagement (SCCE) oversees the student conduct process and is committed to providing a fair and educational process that cultivates the highest standards of conduct. The staff provides feedback to students who may have difficulty locating or understanding a rule or have questions related to the student conduct process.

In the SCCE, we are constantly trying to balance the individual need of students with the needs of the University community. You can expect our staff to handle each student with care, concern and compassion while seeking to teach responsibility, integrity and accountability.


TAMIU is committed to upholding the core values of Respect, Integrity, Service and Excellence in everything we do. Students are at the forefront of our University and are expected to follow the Student Code of Conduct by commiting to the Univeristy's Honor Pledge.

Parents and Family

Parents and family are a vital to the success of our students.  Together we can ensure the continued eduation of your student. We take pride and joy to ensure the safety and well-being of our students.

Faculty and Staff

Faculty members and staff are are an important component to ensure our student success. As members of the TAMIU community it is crucial to understand the student conduct process and resources available to further assist our students. We thank you for your continued support and commitment to uphold our Univerity's Honor Pledge.

Student Handbook

The TAMIU Student Hanbook, which contains a description of the rights and responsibilities of all students enrolled at this institution, is posted on this website for quick reference and easy access to students, faculty and staff.

E.P.I.C. Journey

The Office of Student Conduct and Community Engagement is introducing an innovative sanctioning model of addressing behavioral violations through the use of an individual needs based process by assessing engagement, personal development, interpersonal development, and community involvement, otherwise known as E.P.I.C.

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