Office of Student Conduct and Ethical Development

The Office of Student Conduct & Ethical Development Working Remotely Effective March 23, 2020

In light of the heightened concerns around COVID-19 and CSULB's decision to suspend in-person classes, the Office of Student Conduct & Ethical Development (OSCED) will work remotely until further notice.

We will continue to be available via phone and email for any questions or concerns at 562.985.5270 and

During this time, all conduct meetings will be conducted via Zoom. If you have a scheduled meeting, you will receive instructions from OSCED on how to connect through Zoom.

To report non-emergency student conduct incidents, academic integrity incidents, and/or to submit a student records request, please utilize the reporting forms provided on our page.

The Office of Student Conduct and Ethical Development investigates campus-related complaints and charges against students involving violations of campus regulations. Student Conduct and Ethical Development also assists students, faculty, staff, administrators and community members in locating, interpreting and applying campus policies and regulations and laws applicable to students. It is the position of CSULB to attempt to resolve a complaint or grievance at the lowest possible level and to encourage the informal resolution of such matters. Grievances or complaints should be initiated at a time as close as possible after the event to assist in a fresh recollection of the facts and allow for the location of parties related to the matter. Because of the diversity of possible student complaints and grievances on a campus as large and complex as CSULB, there are a variety of procedures to resolve them. Student Conduct and Ethical Development analyses the actual and perceived problems and explores alternative courses of action to alleviate or resolve them.

Regulations for Campus Activities, Student Organizations and the University Community has been prepared to serve as a reference tool for CSULB students, faculty and staff regarding policies and regulations of the campus community.

Each officially recognized club or organization is responsible for the conduct of its members when-ever individual actions are abetted by the officially recognized club or organization.

The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) also known as the "Buckley Amendment", was established to protect the privacy of students. Learn more about student records procedures or view student records forms.

Contact Us

Office Information

Location: USU-219
Phone: (562) 985-5270

Staff Information

Trace Camacho
Interim Director, Office of Student Conduct and Ethical Development

Zion Smith
Associate Director, Office of Student Conduct and Ethical Development

Tami Williams
Administrative Analyst/Specialist