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University Student Conduct Board

The University Student Conduct Board (USCB) has the authority to hear cases involving alleged violations of the Code of Student Conduct. The USCB is comprised of faculty, staff and student members from the university community. When a student is accused of a violation of the Code of Student Conduct, they have the opportunity to have their cased resolved by an administrator in the Office of Student Conduct or choose to resolve it through the formal hearing process. One of these formal hearing options is the University Student Conduct Board.

University Student Conduct Board members, officers and representatives are responsible for providing a fair and unbiased process to address issues of student conduct. During hearings, the University Student Conduct Board will follow all operational guidelines and seek support and guidance from the University Student Conduct Board Chair when appropriate. Hearings are formal and confidential. The board will decide, in closed session, if the accused student should be found responsible based on the information presented via a majority vote. Sanctions imposed by the University Student Conduct Board will also be decided by majority vote.

Students can apply to serve on the University Student Conduct Board by completing the application below. Students are selected through an annual application and interview process. All University Student Conduct Board members receive annual training from the Office of Student Conduct.

Student Recruitment is OPEN! Applications can be found here!

Are you a Faculty or Staff Member interested in serving on the USCB? Fill out the form below to let us know!

New AND returning Faculty/Staff interested in serving on the USCB – click here!

Last updated: 8/9/2022