The Student Conduct Board is a peer conduct review system comprised of students who serve as student hearing panel chairs, members, and student conduct counselors. Additionally, the Student Conduct Board promotes University values and awareness of the policies and
procedures in both the Code of Student Responsibility and the Code of Student Academic Integrity. The Student Conduct Board is advised and overseen by Student Conduct & Academic Integrity and helps uphold University Policy 406, the Code of Student Responsibility and University Policy 407, the Code of Student Academic Integrity. Below is an overview of some of the most common questions folks have about the Student Conduct Board. Recruitment for the 2020-2021 Student Conduct Board will begin in Spring 2020. Please email Kiley Murray, Student Conduct and Academic Integrity GA, if you would like to be contacted about the recruitment process.
- Members serve a minimum one year term and a re-appointed automatically assuming all expectations are met during the previous year.
- Hearings are held during Weekly Meetings. As such six members may occasionally be required to "sit a hearing" during the weekly meeting, meaning they would be there from 5:30-8:30pm, depending on the hearing length.
- Board Members serve on either all-student panels, student/staff administrative panels, and/or student/faculty Academic Misconduct hearings.
- Academic Misconduct hearings are optional as they take place during business hours (8am-5pm, Monday-Friday).
- Students serve as panelists or student conduct counselors. Panelists render decisions on charges while student conduct counselors advise students, witnesses, and/or faculty members on how to best prepare for a hearing, the process, and their rights.
- Board Members work in pairs to conduct one campus event (a.k.a. Outreach Project) which is focused on promoting either Codes or another element related to the Student Conduct Board. Board members conduct two projects per year, one each semester.
- Training occurs on the weekend at the beginning of the Fall semester. Training occurs over two separate days and is mandatory.
If you have any questions regarding the student conduct board, please contact Shawn Knight, Staff Advisor.