COVID-19 Community Standards
Refer Your Concerns
Any person may refer behavior by Carolina students to the Office of Student Conduct relevant to non-compliance of the University’s Community Standards associated with COVID-19. The Office of Student Conduct will review and address the behavior as appropriate based upon the information provided and, in some cases, the COVID-19 Administrative Process may apply. For the University to effectively follow-up on reports of student non-compliance with the Community Standards, and to meet due process requirements, detailed information about the incident and the individuals involved is needed.
Part of our community remaining healthy is holding each other accountable to the Community Standards established by the University. It will take the commitment of everyone in our community to ensure the success of this semester; we all have a responsibility to “Know our W’s” - Wear a mask, Wait 6 feet apart, and Wash your hands often.
Beginning August 1, 2021, the Testing Program is being updated and is linked to a student's vaccination status. All students should update their vaccination status in ConnectCarolina. Students who are unvaccinated or do not provide their vaccination status will be required to participate in re-entry testing and regular asymptomatic evaluation testing.
We empower and support individuals at Carolina to participate in conversations with respect for themselves and others. As you consider your tone and other nonverbal communication, we offer these statements for you to use in support of keeping the Carolina community safe:
For other considerations on having conversations around difficult topics, visit Speak Up Carolina.
For referrals relevant to Carolina students and non-compliance occurring off-campus, we offer additional resources as follows:
Aisha received her bachelor’s degree from the University at North Carolina at Greensboro and her law degree from UNC School of Law. Prior to returning to the University as the Director of Student Conduct, she primarily practiced civil litigation in the Triangle and surrounding areas.
In her current position, she enjoys overseeing the University’s disciplinary processes related to the University's Alcohol Policy and the Honor System. Her philosophy is that the disciplinary process is an extension of the learning process with an emphasis on providing support to students and promoting the ideals of academic honesty and personal integrity.