Student Conduct

Student Conduct Board


The Student Conduct Board provides the opportunity for university students, staff, and faculty members to take part in the conduct process, gain decision making-skills, and promote a safe and welcoming campus community.

Cases that are brought before the Conduct Board involve students who have been found responsible for one or more violations of the Student Code of Conduct during the Initial Review Process and have chosen to request a Formal Hearing. The role of the Conduct Board is to determine whether it is reasonable to conclude that the student is responsible or not responsible for the violations based on all submitted information (i.e. incident reports, testimonies, photographs, etc.). Additionally, if a violation is found, the Conduct Board will determine the appropriate educational sanction/s for the student

Participation on the Conduct Board is a unique opportunity to serve as a leader in the campus community. All faculty, staff, and student Board Members must attend a training program to receive the skills necessary to serve in this capacity. Any questions regarding the application and or/process can be directed to our email.

  • If selected, you will be contacted by our office with a time and date of this training
  • Become knowledgeable about all aspects of the Student Conduct Process
  • Awareness and understanding of the Student Code of Conduct
  • Participate in any refresher training offered throughout the year
  • Commitment to hearing participation
  • Participation varies for each individual member, however we expect that members will commit to 1-2 hearings per semester, with hearings usually lasting between 1-2 hours
  • Serve as a cooperative member and maintain confidentiality at all times.


  1. Applications for the Student Conduct Review Board can be found here: Student Conduct Board Application
  2. The Office of Student Conduct will review all applications and select applicants to participate in training to become a Student Conduct Board member.
  3. In order to serve on a hearing board, you must successfully complete the full training session and shadow a hearing. After you shadow, you will be able to serve on hearing boards

    Application Form


In order to successfully serve as a Student Conduct Board member, selected applicants must be able to do the following:

  • Attend one 3 hour training session