Important: New Academic Organizational Structure in Effect July 1
As of July 1, the College of Arts and Sciences has split into two new colleges: the College of Liberal Arts and the College of Science. Learn more here.
College of Science

Code of Ethics

Chemistry Students' Code of Ethics and Conduct

Students are expected to adhere to the code of ethics and conduct specific to the field of chemistry for the chemistry courses in which they are enrolled and for activities under the auspices of the Purdue Fort Wayne department of chemistry.  In particular, students are expected, where applicable, to abide by The Chemical Professional’s Code of Conduct approved by the American Chemical Society (ACS).  Students who intentionally commit serious violations are subject to the same disciplinary action incurred by academic and personal misconduct as described in the Purdue Fort Wayne Student Rights, Responsibilities, and Conduct and Purdue’s Student Regulations Governing Student Conduct, Disciplinary Regulations, and Appeals.  This policy is intended to be consistent with and is not to be construed to conflict with or supersede any established Purdue Fort Wayne or Purdue University West Lafayette policy.