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Student Conduct and Academic Integrity


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The Office of Student Conduct and Academic Integrity (formerly Judicial Affairs) at Louisiana Tech University is responsible for ensuring a fair, just and impartial restorative justice process for students and organizations accused of violating the Code of Conduct or Honor Code, with a goal of educating and providing resources to achieve respect, civility and integrity for all members and stakeholders of the University community.


Guiding Principles:


  • Uphold an environment which is favorable to academic success

  • Maintain a safe and secure campus by protecting the rights of all members of the Louisiana Tech community

  • Guide students to assume self and social responsibility

  • Allow opportunities for individual growth and development

  • Foster student decision making and conflict resolution skills

  • Augment the development of student ethical values 


In an effort to answer commonly asked questions, we have compiled a list of Frequently Asked Questions. If you have questions, not covered in the FAQ section, then you may contact our office directly. 


Contact Information

Adam Collins, Director
Student Conduct and Academic Integrity

Betty Hammons, Office Manager
Student Life

Student Conduct and Academic Integrity
Louisiana Tech University
326 Keeny Hall
PO Box 3035
Ruston, LA 71272

318-257-3396 (Office)
318-257-2961 (Fax)