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Creed Program Review Meeting

  • Upon receipt of the request your packet will first be reviewed by the Director of Student Conduct to determine whether or not you meet the criteria for review. If the Director agrees that your request meets any/all of the above mentioned criteria, you will be contacted within fourteen (14) business days to schedule a "CREED review meeting" with a committee appointed by the Director, comprised of faculty, staff and students.
  • Prior to this meeting, the committee will have reviewed your packet and will prepare 10-15 questions for you to address, as well as provide you the opportunity to further discuss why your disciplinary probation or suspension status should be altered or terminated. No alterations shall be made to include new or increased sanctions.
  • After the meeting, the committee will issue a recommendation to the Director of Student Conduct. The Director will provide a decision to the student in writing within seven (7) business days of receiving the recommendation.
  • If the request is denied by the Director of Student Conduct the decision shall include a concise and explicit written statement that explains the basis for that decision.
  • There is no appeal process for a CREED Review Meeting; however you can reapply the following academic semester if your probation or suspension duration is three semesters or more

Please note that completion of the program requirements does not automatically guarantee approval. The checklist provides the minimum standards that all students should complete prior to applying and taking place in the review process. Students in the review meeting must be able to demonstrate how you pro-actively complete educational opportunities, fostered growth, and developed in ethical decision making and personal accountability. We are looking for students to actively take part in their reinstatement process and demonstrate why they are ready to be in good standing or reenter the UCF community.