Conduct Hearing Boards are used to resolve a minority of complaints. CHBs are most often used in the resolution of more serious violations of the Code or in situations where students face potential suspension or expulsion from the University or student organizations face potential suspension or revocation of their charter/university recognition. CHBs may also be used in situations where a fair and equitable process would be better achieved through the hearing of the case by multiple decision makers due to the complexity of evidence or circumstances surrounding the case.
The Conduct Hearing Board (CHB) is comprised of students, faculty and/or staff. The CHB is chosen from a pool of eligible candidates. For each complaint, a new CHB will be chosen at random under the supervision of the conduct officer.
If you are interested in serving as a Conduct Hearing Board student member, please complete the application linked below, a resume, and a personal statement, to be submitted to James D. Smiser, Director of Citizenship and Community Standards, SUB 3100 by 5:00 p.m. on February 26, 2019.Download Application
Please direct any questions to firstname.lastname@example.org.