Policies: conduct Find out more about UCL's policies and regulations relating to conduct and behaviour, including harassment and bullying and disciplinary procedures. Code of conduct As a member of our community you are considered an ambassador for UCL and as such you should behave accordingly at all times, both on and off campus. Harassment and bullying The purpose of this policy is to promote the development of a working environment in which harassment and bullying are known to be unacceptable. UCL-student relationship These terms and conditions outline how UCL expects you to participate in your programme of study and what services you can expect from UCL in return. Attendance requirements This policy outlines what happens if you fall below the expected attendance levels. It's usually 70% although some departments may set a higher threshold. Disciplinary code The code and procedures outline what will happen if you breach the code of conduct or there are concerns about your behaviour at UCL. Code of practice for graduate research degrees The code describes what research students can expect from their supervisory team and what UCL expects from you in return. General code of ethical principles The following guide is designed to help you make decisions where ethical considerations may come into play. Disclosure and Barring Service Students who may come into unsupervised contact with children or vulnerable adults will have to undergo a DBS check.