Made up of faculty, staff and students from all over campus, this group hears all types of cases involving alleged violations of the student honor code and student conduct code. Students apply and are interviewed and selected by staff in Student Conduct and Conflict Resolution and Student Government. Faculty members are nominated by the Faculty Senate committee on committees or can nominate themselves through the committee process. Hearings will typically involve 3 – 5 Conduct Committee members, with at least half being students. Hearings are chaired by an experienced member of the committee or a chancellor from the honor committee. The committee will hear all evidence, ask questions and make a recommendation on whether or not the student or student organization violated the student conduct/honor code and if so, recommend appropriate sanctions to the Dean of Students.
Student Conduct & Conflict Resolution is now in the process of recruiting faculty, staff and graduate students for the Student Conduct Committee.
For faculty, staff and graduate students – The next training to become a Conduct Committee member will occur in the Spring semester, or by request based on availability. If you are interested or have any questions regarding the committee please contact Tori Doll.
For undergraduate students our application period to take the 2020 Spring Student Conduct Committee Training Course opened in September of 2019 and will close in on November 8, 2019. This course is required in order for undergraduate students to participate on the committee.