The Office of Student Conduct is looking for students, faculty and staff to serve on the University Student Conduct Board.
The Conduct Board serves
as the “hearing body” for Panel Hearings as outlined in the Student Code of
Conduct. Students who have been charged with a violation of the Student
Code of Conduct have the option of selecting a Panel Hearing as a way of having
their case heard. Students who select
this option typically like to have other students being involved in the
decision making process. The Conduct
Board will hear the case, review the information provided, decide the hearing
outcome, and make a recommendation of sanction. Each Panel Hearing will consist
of 3-5 board members and maintain 50% student representation for each
hearing. Typically the board will consist of one Faculty or Staff member
and two students.
Your time commitment is
minimal throughout the school year. You can expect to participate in 1-3
hearings a semester, each hearing takes approximately 1-2 hours.
You will be required to participate in a training session prior to your first
hearing. After your training you let us
know of your availability to serve on hearings based on your schedule.
The responsibilities of a member of the
University Student Conduct Board include:
To be considered students must:
To be considered faculty & staff must:
are interested in serving on the University Student Conduct Board please
complete the below application and return it to the University Conduct Office.
Download your application here: Student Conduct Board Application for Students
Applications are due to
the Office of Student Conduct by September 13, 2013. You can either drop off your
application to our office or submit it via email to firstname.lastname@example.org. We will begin reviewing applications on Monday, September
16, 2013. Selected individuals will be asked to attend a 30 minute interview
the following week.
If you are interested or
have any questions please contact Student Conduct at email@example.com or (904) 620-3979.
The focus of Student
Conduct is to provide educational opportunities for students to help them
better understand personal responsibility for their actions, role and their
impact on the larger community.
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