Tiger Accountability

Community and Ethical Standards Educational Programs.

The two programs offered for registration on this page, TigerSTEPS and Tiger Accountability, are educational programs offered through Clemson University Community and Ethical Standards. When registering for a program, please refer to your official communications from the OCES to ensure you are selecting and registering for the correct program.

Please see information below regarding each program.

Tiger S.T.E.P.S.

The Tiger S.T.E.P.S. program is an educational program offered through Clemson University’s Office of Community and Ethical Standards. It is offered as a choices centered sanction, following a violation of the Clemson University’s Student Code of Conduct. Tiger S.T.E.P.S. focuses on engaging students through values’ based reflection and critical analysis of their past, present, and future decision making. It is intended to prompt awareness of, and participation in, more intentional and values-driven choices.

This is a two-part program offered entirely online through CANVAS and the Office of Community and Ethical Standards online sanction submission form. In order to be marked complete for this program, the submission of a final reflection paper is required. When submitting this reflective paper, it is important to properly indicate the OCES designated hearing officer who assigned this program to you, so they may review the paper.

Tiger Accountability

Tiger Accountability is a program offered through Clemson University’s Office of Community and Ethical Standards for first offense, low level violations of the Student Code of Conduct. Tiger Accountability focuses on engaging students with the specific policies and regulations governing the Clemson community. It is intended to fill the gaps in students’ awareness and Clemson’s expectations regarding prohibited activities and behavior.

By looking at the Clemson University Student Code of Conduct, Housing Policies, and relevant Federal and State laws, Tiger Accountability prompts students to acknowledge their responsibility to the Clemson community, and assists them in developing ethical behaviors as community members.

When offered in lieu of a formal conduct hearing, the completion of this program allows for the adjudication of a conduct case to be withheld. A one-time, non-exempt fee of $100.00 is required to participate in this program.

Clemson University believes that each of its students has unlimited potential to be successful, and that success is not barred by a few behavioral bumps in the road. The goal of the Tiger Accountability Program is to address these behavioral bumps by providing a one-time refresher on the standards of behavior expected of each student.

If you have any questions regarding Tiger Accountability please call us at (864) 656-0510 or Abby Dill at aadill@clemson.edu.