International students should consciously abide by code of conduct and university rules to create and maintain civilized, clean, beautiful, and safe learning and living environment.
International students shall not engage in the activities violating public security regulations such as alcohol abuse, fights, gambling, drug abuse, dissemination, copying and sale of illegal publications and audio-visual products, illegal pyramid schemes, or get involved in cult and feudal superstitious activities, or engage in the activities that may undermine the proper image of international students or social morality.
International student groups should act in line with the Constitution, laws, regulations, and university rules and accept the leadership and administration of universities. They shall not disrupt the normal teaching order and order of life of universities when engaging in extracurricular activities.
When using computer networks, international students shall follow the relevant provisions of the Chinese government and universities on network use and refrain from logging on to illegal websites and spreading harmful information.
International students shall abide by the university rules regarding student accommodation administration.
Properly use public facilities of the university
Public service departments such as university information centers and libraries will provide international students with the same studying conditions and services as that for Chinese students. If international students want to use other facilities or obtain additional information beyond the teaching plan, they need to submit an application for approval by the university in accordance with the relevant regulations and procedures.
Engage in extracurricular activities properly
In engaging in extracurricular activities, international students shall abide by Chinese laws, regulations, university rules and discipline, and respect the social morality and customs in China.
Institutions of higher education generally don't organize international students to engage in political activities, but can organize international students to voluntarily engage in activities such as public services. Institutions of higher education allow and encourage international students to participate in sports and entertainment activities organized by students' union on campus. International students can also voluntarily participate in the celebration of major festivals held in China. In the cities or regions where international students live in a compact community, relevant departments and institutions of higher education will hold meaningful recreational activities for international students.
Approved by institutions of higher education, international students can form fellowships on campus and engage in activities in line with Chinese laws and regulations subject to the leadership and administration of institutions of higher education. To set up inter-university and inter-regional organizations, international students shall apply to the competent Chinese authorities.
Institutions of higher education respect national customs and religious beliefs of international students, but do not provide a place for religious ceremonies. Activities such as doing missionary work or religious gatherings are prohibited on campus.
Approved by institutions of higher education, international students can engage in activities to celebrate major traditional festivals of their home countries within the location and scope specified by institutions of higher education, but no words or deeds are supposed to attack other countries or go against public morals.