Student Conduct Board
Student Conduct Board Applications for the 2019-2020 year will be available from February 6, 2019–March 31, 2019. Any questions regarding the application and/or process can be directed to email@example.com.
The Student Conduct Board consists 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.
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.
In order to successfully serve as a Student Conduct Review Board member, selected applicants must be able to do the following:
- Attend one 8 hour training session.
- Become knowledgeable about all aspects of the Rules of Conduct
- Awareness and understanding of the Student Conduct Review Process
- Participate in ongoing development workshops throughout the Fall and Spring academic terms.
- Commitment to hearing participation
- Participation varies for each individual member, however we expect that members will commit to approximately 1-2 hearings a month, with hearings usually lasting between 2-3 hours
- Act as an effective and cooperative group member and maintain confidentiality at all times.
- Applications for the Student Conduct Review Board can be found on the Office of Student Conduct Website
- After completing an application, you will be contacted to participate in a Group Interview and Information session, should you meet the minimum requirements for serving as a board member.
- Following the group interview, Office of Student Conduct staff members will review all applications and select applicants to participate in Training to become a Student Conduct Review Board member.
In order to serve on Student Conduct Hearings, you must successfully complete the full training session and shadow 1-2 hearings. After you shadow these hearings, you will be able to serve on Panel Hearings.
- Further shadowing is required for Administrative Hearings