Below are some frequently asked questions by students. We also have FAQ pages specifically for Organizational Misconduct, Parents/Guardians, and General Questions. Please note this is not an exhaustive list of questions and we encourage you to reach out to the Office of Student Accountability & Resolution should you have questions that are not answered within this page.
Your name was listed in a report from any of the following agencies/groups (list is not all inclusive):
If a student does not attend their scheduled
Administrative Hearing or complete their Hearing Selection/Confirmation Form,
then a Panel Hearing will be scheduled on the student’s behalf.
In some cases, the Office of Student Accountability & Resolution will contact a parent or guardian. Some cases include (list is not all inclusive):
For more information on this questions please refer to the University's Alcohol and Drug Policy.
The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) is a federal law which affords students certain rights in respect to their educational records. The intent of FERPA is to protect the privacy of students and their records.
Students must independently authorize other individuals, such as parents, to review all of their educational records except as allowed under certain allowances (please see the One-Stop Student Services FERPA page for more information). Thus, unless you have signed authorization to release to a specific group or person, our Office is not allowed to share the details of your case or your record. The Office can supply your parents with general information regarding the conduct process and the Student Code of Conduct.
If you would like for your parent/guardian to have access to your records, please fill out the following: OSAR Advisor Notification Form.
Please refer to Section I of the Student Code of Conduct for a detailed answer to this question.
*This list is not a complete list.
Holds are placed on student's accounts for non-compliance with Student Conduct decisions or sanctions. Following completion of sanctions, your hold will be lifted. If you are unsure of why you received a hold on your account, please contact the Office of Student Accountability & Resolution (OSAR) for clarification. Potential reasons a hold may be on your account include, but are not limited to:
To permanently remove the hold on your account, you must complete all of your sanctions (see question above).
If you need a hold to be lifted temporarily, you can fill out Temporary Hold Lift Request form, which will lift the hold for up to 72 hours. If your lift request has been approved, you will then receive an email to your UNF email letting you know. You can only request a temporary hold lift once per case.