Student Conduct Board
Service on the board is challenging and satisfying whether you are student, faculty or staff member. It can enhance your academic and/or work experience at the university. Many faculty, staff or students that have served on the board have had a positive experience and believe that their critical thinking and decision making skills were greatly improved over the course of their term.
The Student Conduct Board shall consist of faculty, staff, students and justices from the Student Government Association Judicial Council. This hearing body is one of the formal resolution options utilized in the University Student Conduct system. The University Student Conduct Board allows students the right to be heard by other UCF community members in situations where they have been charged with violations of the Rules of Conduct.
The process is as follows: You will hear the case, ask any questions you might have of the student, hear witness’s testimonies, review the evidence, and provide a recommendation for the student (s) and/or organization being charged. Your final recommendation will be given to the Director of Student Rights and Responsibilities. The director will make that last decision on the punitive and educational sanctions.
Membership Criteria Expectations
- Must be able to attend two training sessions, scheduled for:
Tuesday, April 28, 2015 (1:00-4:00pm) and
Tuesday, May 5, 2015 (1:00-5:00pm).
- Participate in ongoing development workshops.
- Become knowledgeable about all aspects of the Rules of Conduct.
- Awareness and understanding of the student conduct review process.
- Commitment to hearing participation (approx. 2-3 hours, 1-2 times a month).
- Act as an effective and cooperative group member and maintain confidentiality at all times.
Additional Student Expectations
- Maintain at least a 2.5 GPA and full-time status
- Must be in good academic and student conduct standing with the university
Student Conduct Board members will become knowledgeable with the University’s policies and procedures, converse with other faculty, staff and/or student Board members, and determine the allegations of misconduct and the appropriate sanctions. This decision might include suspension and expulsion. As a Board member, you will receive continual training and will grow in this leadership position. Most Board members choose to continue their service for the duration of their academic career, which is contingent upon meeting the expectations for the position.