Student Affairs Office
Room 1100, 1st Floor, Building 1
Phone: +66 (0) 2700 5000 #1115, 1210
Mon – Fri 8:00 am – 5:00 pm
The MUIC Code of Student Conduct contains MUIC’s policy regarding the discipline of its students. It is meant to protect and preserve the educational environment on campus. The college reserves the right to take any necessary action to protect the safety and well-being of the campus community.
Students may be accountable to both civil authorities and to the college for any illegal activity, such as assault, theft, possession of illegal substances, disorderly conduct and so forth. The college will refer matters to the proper civil authorities.
Students must regularly and strictly observe the regulations of the Code of Conduct. Any non-ethical conduct which is considered a disciplinary offense is subject to the actions stipulated in these regulations.
9.1 Gambling or engaging in any activity that promotes gambling.
9.2 Consuming or having in one’s possession narcotics or illegal drugs for either personal use or distribution.
9.3 Theft, fraud, embezzlement or exerting undue coercion in financial transactions.
9.4 Possessing or carrying firearms or other dangerous materials on campus which may cause danger to the lives and property of others.
9.5 Sexual activity that violates public sensibilities or sexual assault.
9.6 Physical assault on others that may result in serious injury or death.
9.7 Committing any criminal offence that may result in imprisonment.
9.8 Intentionally cheating on examinations or attempting to do so.
9.9 Producing, publicizing or having on one’s person any unwarranted material which may cause damage to the reputation of the university or to others
9.10 Forging the signatures of others and forging documents or amending any content and using the same as evidence, all of which may cause damage to the college, university and others.
9.11 Purposely destroying the property of the university or of others which may cause serious damage.
9.12 Conducting any other actions deemed as a serious breach of discipline.
10.1 In the case of minor disciplinary infractions
10.1.1 Verbal warning and written record
10.1.2 Written warning and formal notification to the student
10.1.3 Written warning and formal notification to the guardian/parents
10.1.4 Written warning to parents who are invited to sign the warning and acknowledge the student’s breach of discipline. If the student repeats the offense, he/she will be subject to serious disciplinary action.
10.2 In the case of serious disciplinary infractions
10.2.1 Disqualification from examinations
10.2.2 Suspending or delaying the approval of one’s degree or diploma
10.2.3 Academic suspension for not more than one academic year