Code of Conduct

All students must agree and adhere to the Warrior Notes School of Ministry Code of Conduct. 

Code of Conduct with Dr. Mike Cowen

Warrior Notes School of Ministry Student Code of Conduct

Warrior Notes School of Ministry is dedicated to training up believers who desire to go deeper in their walk with God. Whether taking classes for your own spiritual growth or to earn a degree, the value and mission of WNSM remains the same: To reinforce your calling, to equip, and to send you out. Following the teachings of Dr. Zadai through strong Biblical principles, all students are expected to keep a high standard of character, integrity, and Biblical alignment. By holding a student account with Warrior Notes School of Ministry, you agree to the following standards:

Upholding Biblical Values

Students are expected to uphold standard Biblical principles. This is a non-negotiable area as the Bible is the infallible word of God. The full expectation of this policy cannot be expressed within this code of conduct. Students acknowledge that a vast majority of Biblical teaching is irrefutable. Students should strive for holiness. Students are expected to be honest, integral, and people of character.

The following statement of beliefs are understood and upheld by students of Warrior Notes School of Ministry:

  • We believe in Salvation through confession of Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior. (Acts 4:12; Romans 10:9-10; John 14:6)

  • We believe there is only one living and true God. There are three persons in the Godhead: the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit. (Genesis 1:2,27; Matthew 28:19; I John 5:7)

  • We believe the Holy Bible to be the inspired Word of God. (II Timothy 3:16; II Peter 1:20,21)

  • We believe Jesus Christ, conceived of the Virgin Mary, is the only begotten Son of the Father. Jesus was crucified, buried and rose from the dead. He ascended to Heaven and is today at the right hand of the Father as the Intercessor. (Luke 1:26-33; Hebrews 7:25)

  • We believe we are justified (declared righteous under the blood of Jesus) when we repent of our sins and believe in Jesus Christ. (Acts 13:38,39; Romans 5:1; I Corinthians 6:11; Mark 1:5)

  • We believe in the Baptism of the Holy Spirit with speaking in other tongues, as the Spirit gives the utterance, to be the initial evidence of this experience. We believe in the operation of the nine Gifts of the Spirit and encourage our people to live so that these gifts may be manifest in their lives. (Acts 2:4; Acts 10:44-46; Acts 19:6; I Corinthians 12:4-11)

  • We believe in water baptism by immersion in water in the name of the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit. (Matthew 3:11; Matthew 28:18-19; John 14:6)

  • We believe in divine healing for the body and just as salvation, divine healing is for everyone who believes on the Lord Jesus Christ. However, we encourage and do not condemn medical science. (Acts 3:2-12; Acts 5:15, 16; James 5:14-15)

  • We believe every blessing we receive from God comes through the merits of The Atonement (Jesus’ complete sacrifice for us on Calvary). (Romans 5:11; James 1:16,17)

  • We believe in the Second Coming of our Lord, Jesus Christ. (Acts 1:10,11; I Thessalonians 4:13-18; Revelation 1:7)

  • We believe that you must be Born Again in order to spend eternity with Jesus! Those who reject Jesus and die outside of Christ will not spend eternity with Jesus Christ and will enter into eternity in hell, but those who die “in Him” shall share in His glory in Heaven forever. (Daniel 12:2; Matthew 25:46; John 5:29; Jude 1:7)

  • We believe in communion, or the Lord’s Supper, as an ordinance given to all believers by Jesus Christ to remember His sacrifice for us and to symbolize the new covenant. The elements of bread and wine or juice are symbols of Christ’s broken body and shed blood. Communion is not a means of salvation. Rather, it is a testament of a believer’s faith in the atoning work of the cross.

  • We believe in the sacredness of marriage between one man & one woman and family commitment. We promote strong family values. (Ephesians 5:31-33; Ephesians 6:1-4; Hebrews 13:4; Matthew 19:5; Leviticus 18:22; Genesis 2:24)

  • We believe in the continuation of the ministry of Jesus, through believers in the power of the Spirit. (Acts 10:38; Mark 16:15-18)

  • The totality of the beliefs expressed and held by Warrior Notes School of Ministry cannot fully be expressed. The above beliefs are core and essential. Warrior Notes reserves the right to to enforce an expectation of beliefs not previously outlined. Any behavior that violates the above standard of Biblical beliefs will be considered a violation of the code of conduct.

Academic Integrity

As an online university, academic integrity is key. Any evidence of plagiarism, cheating, or academic dishonesty will be dealt with to the fullest extent. This includes but is not limited to:

  • Copying or using any work or someone's words without acknowledgement (Plagiarism)
  • Taking answers from a fellow student
  • Not fulfilling reading, watching videos, etc.
  • Not fully fulfilling internship requirements
  • Misrepresenting work
  • Having another person do any work, fulfill any degree requirements
  • Having someone outside of the student participating in, completing or joining the students account. Accounts are not meant to be shared with anyone except the account owner, this includes family members.

Academic dishonesty is not limited to the above-mentioned. Academic dishonesty encompasses anything that does not constitute a student doing 100% of their work on their own and without acknowledgement of outside sources/help. Warrior Notes School of Ministry expects all students to do their work in an integral fashion.

Respect for Warrior Notes Staff and Personnel

Students are expected to maintain a level of respect towards Warrior Notes Staff. This includes but is not limited to: Spirit Schools, emails, and all other communication methods. Any form of personal attack against staff will not be tolerated. While we offer a unique learning opportunity that does not include a classroom setting, the same level of regard is expected towards staff of a traditional school. While we strive to serve and respect all students, the same is expected in return. Students are to respond to any instructions from staff and ensure that what is asked of them is completed.

Representations of Warrior Notes School

of Ministry

Students are expected to uphold the standard of Warrior Notes School of Ministry in any representation of the school. This includes but is not limited to: Spirit Schools, hosting or attending a Fellowship, Warrior Churches, social media presence, and internship positions. Students are expected to maintain a level of professionalism in their dress, speech, and actions. Both male and female students are expected to maintain modesty in their dress. Students should not use any vulgar language. Students are expected to treat everyone with respect and kindness regardless of who they are. 

If hosting a Fellowship, Warrior Church, or acting as an intern, an even higher level of excellence is expected. In this manner, you are acting as a direct representation of Warrior Notes. Any disorderly behavior by students towards a staff member, fellow student, or anyone in attendance or within an event will not be tolerated. Students are expected to uphold Biblical values and behavior in every fashion and in everything they do. 

Students of Warrior Notes School of Ministry are not to use the platform for self-promotion or personal gain. We believe each student is called the ministry of reconciliation. We encourage the use of social media to promote the Gospel. Using social media or the Warrior Notes platform to promote one's self will not be tolerated. Using the Warrior Notes platform for monetary gain can result in immediate removal as a student.

Disciplinary action

Warrior Notes School of Ministry reserves the right to take disciplinary action against any students who violate the code of conduct previously outlined.
Disciplinary action is enforced by the staff of Warrior Notes and the Dean’s office. Disciplinary action can include, but is not limited to the following:

  • Removal from Warrior Notes Events
  • Removal from representing Warrior Notes as a fellowship host, volunteer, intern, on social media, etc.
  • Suspension from taking courses
  • Delay/Inability to graduate/earn a degree
  • Permanent removal as a student

These actions are enforceable at any time of a student's career. Students will receive written notice of disciplinary action from Warrior Notes staff with the knowledge of the Dean of Students.

Appealing Decisions

Students may send a written request to appeal their disciplinary decision along with an acknowledgment of their actions and the next steps to rectify the wrongdoing. WNSM reserves the right to uphold any decision and deny any appeal.


If a student feels that they have witnessed student behavior that violates the Code of Conduct, they can report it by emailing the Warrior Notes School of Ministry team at [email protected]

Any reports discovered to be false or with ulterior motives will be dealt with as a violation of the Code of Conduct.