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Welcome to the Office of Student Accountability and Conflict Response (OSACR). The Pennsylvania State University educates students from around the world and supports individuals and communities through integrated programs of teaching, research, and service. As a community of scholars, students and student organizations are expected to follow the Student Code of Conduct to help ensure a learning environment that supports the University’s mission while being safe, supportive and equitable.

In line with the Penn State mission and values, the Office of Student Accountability and Conflict Response works to uphold these community and university standards through compassionate interventions in which students are heard, respected, and treated with dignity. These students, including student organizations leaders, have the developmental opportunity to participate in fair and impartial resolution processes which encourage personal accountability and responsible decision making; promote reflection and restoration; and reduce and prevent behavior which undermines student success and community safety.

OSACR Virtual Drop-In Hours
The Office of Student Accountability and Conflict Response will be providing virtual drop-in hours during the spring 2023 semester. Beginning January 10, 2023, hours will be Monday through Friday between 1:00 p.m. and 5:00 p.m.

IMPORTANT: If you have a safety emergency, please contact University Police at (814) 863-1111 or 911.
Virtual Drop-In Zoom Waiting Room
Penn State is committed to ensuring an inclusive, accessible, and equitable process for all participants. Students who have a disability and believe they require reasonable accommodation to participate in the student conduct process should contact their Campus Disability Coordinator. Accommodations deemed necessary and approved will be incorporated into the student conduct process. Requests should be made as soon as possible to ensure the University has sufficient time to review and process the accommodation request. Participants who wish to request language interpretation or translation services, for a need other than disability accommodation should contact their Case Manager to discuss available resources.
Campus Disability Coordinators
Penn State Student Affairs
Student Accountability and Conflict Response

120 Boucke Building 
University Park, PA 16802