Student Conduct

South Texas College endeavors to provide and maintain a safe and healthy environment for students, employees and visitors. When an individual violates the student code of conduct, exhibits behavior that is overly aggressive or threatening to others, it is disruptive to the mission of the College and may be indicative of future and potentially escalated threats to the College community.

Reporting Violations of the Student Code of Conduct, Odd, Concerning, or Threatening Behavior

In an emergency your first call should be to 911 or the STC Security Department at 956-872-4444

To report alleged misconduct to the Office of Student Conduct please login to JagNet: https://jagnet.southtexascollege.edu/.

Enter your South Texas College username and password. If you do not know your username and password you will need to contact the South Texas College Help Desk for assistance.

Once you have logged into your JagNet Account click on either the Employee or Student tab. Then click on the Eye-Witness-Report Icon to access the electronic reporting form.

Eye-Witness-Report Icon:
Report Inappropriate Behavior or Conduct

Parties submitting a report may submit an anonymous report using the Eye-Witness-Reporting Portal. However, due to the nature of many of the reports, federal regulations under Title IX, the Clery Act, Violence Against Women Act (VAWA), and the Campus Sexual Violence Elimination Act (SaVE) parties are encouraged to provide their contact information to ensure an appropriate response to their concerns and to ensure that all necessary steps can be taken to insure the health and safety of all members of the South Texas College community. This allows the College to provide you with information about the outcome of your report and to provide victims assistance information when appropriate.

Guide in Completing an Eye-Witness-Report

  1. Complete the Background Information Section.
    1. Type your first and last name.
    2. Your position or title with the college.
    3. A phone number where you may be reached.
    4. The email address you check most frequently (may want to check the box to the right to have a copy of the report forwarded to you).
    5. List your mailing address.
    6. You will need to select the nature of your report
      1. General Incident Report
      2. Academic Integrity Matter
      3. Incident Report to Police
      4. Concerning or Threating Behavior
      5. Title IX Assistance with Pregnancy or Parenting Issue
      6. For Your Information (FYI)
    7. Determine if the issues is Urgent
    8. Select the date the incident occurred
    9. Select the time the incident occurred
    10. Select the location where the incident occurred
  2. Items that have a * next to them are required to be complete.

  1. Involved Parties:
    1. You can list up to 150 parties in your report. Simply click on the Add Another Party button.
      1. Please list each party separately and include their Student ID or A00000000 number (excluding yourself).
    2. Be sure to complete as many of the listed fields as you can.
    3. For non-students, list a Social Security Number or Driver’s License number in the block labeled ID Number if available, if you have that information.

  1. Reason for making the Report:Select the category or categories that represent the alleged violation of the Student Code of Conduct you wish to report.
    1. Academic Integrity Violations
    2. College Conduct Violations
    3. Community Based Violations
      1. You may select as many as you believe apply.

  1. Description of the Incident:
    1. Please provide a detailed description of the incident or concern using specific concise, objective language. You are able to write an unlimited number of words in the section so it is very important that you provide a detailed report about what has happened. Include the following:
      1. Who did it
      2. What did they do
      3. Where did they do it
      4. Who did they do it to
      5. When did they do it
      6. How did they do it
      7. Who are the witnesses and how to we contact them
    2. Please do not attempt to diagnose an individual’s condition.
    3. Please state information word for word.
      1. If a threat was made or foul (vulgar, abusive, lewd, or profane) language was used please quote the langue using the exact wording, placing it in quotation marks.
    4. After you have written you statement you can click on the wording, Check Spelling & Preview, to spell check what you have written.

  1. Additional Questions:
    1. Did police respond, select Yes or No.
    2. Select any of the following:
      1. Bias Incident; a bias incident refers to any form of discrimination or harassment.
      2. Was medical transportation provided.
      3. Please list any other department, agency or assistance that was called or provided.
      4. Select how you wish to be contacted:
        1. Phone
        2. Email
        3. Do Not Contact Me
    3. It is recommended that you allow the College to contact you. Due to the nature of many of the reports, federal regulations under Title IX, the Clery Act, Violence Against Women Act (VAWA), and the Campus Sexual Violence Elimination Act (SaVE) parties are encouraged to provide their contact information to ensure an appropriate response to their concerns and to ensure that all necessary steps can be taken to insure the health and safety of all members of the South Texas College community. This allows the College to provide you with information about the outcome of your report and to provide victims assistance information when appropriate.
  2. Items that have a * next to them are required to be complete.

  1. Supporting Documentation:You may attach photos, video, email, and other supporting documents. There is a maximum 12 megabytes per file. Attachments require time to upload, so please be patient after you click to submit this report. 
     
     
     
     
     

  1. One Last Step:In an effort to prevent spam reports you must enter the security word to submit your report. Please type the letters and numbers as you see them in the block to the right. Capitalization does not matter but cookies must be enabled in your browser for this to work.
  2. Click Submit Report
  3. If you have successfully enter the security word and completed all required sections in the report you will see the following notification:
    1. Thank you for submitting a report. This matter has been routed to the appropriate staff and will be followed up on shortly. If you have any questions, please contact our office.
    2. You will also receive a confirmation Tracking Number:
      1. Confirmation #00000000
  4. If you have missed a required section anywhere on the report you will received the following language:
    1. The following errors are preventing this report from being submitted.
      1. It will also list the specific issues that needs to be fixed in order for the report to be submitted.