Classroom Disruption

What is classroom disruption? The Georgia Southern University Student Conduct Code defines classroom disruption as any conduct that seriously interferes with the ability of the professor to teach or the student’s ability to learn. The lawful and civil expression of a disagreement with the professor or other students is not in itself disruptive. The free exchange of ideas is encouraged in the academic setting. However, students who display disruptive classroom behavior may be subject to disciplinary action by the Office of Student Conduct.

Conduct Process

Report an Incident

Classroom Disruption Faculty Guide

 

Last updated: 6/7/2016

Office of Student Conduct • PO Box 8070 • (912) 478-0059 • studentconduct@georgiasouthern.edu