If the University suspects you of breaking the Code of Conduct such as damage to University property, criminal behaviour, or behaviour that may bring the University into disrepute, they will investigate this under the Student Disciplinary procedure.
If it is decided that there was misconduct, this procedure can result in disciplinary consequences such as a warning, a fine, and the most serious sanction is expulsion.
If you are suspected of misconduct, you will usually be asked to submit a statement and attend an interview (or a panel hearing for serious misconduct) to discuss the case before a decision is made.
For further information, you can find the University's guidance and information on the Student Progress Service website.
If you would like advice about the Student Disciplinary procedure or support writing a statement, please make an appointment with the Student Advice Centre.