You will be asked to attend a formal training session that lasts approximately three hours. Topics to be covered include an overview of the Code of Student Conduct, the investigative review process, how to weigh evidence, how to develop good questions, what to consider when assigning sanctions and accompanying terms, preparing for a hearing, and case studies.
Training to be a member of the Student Conduct Board takes approximately three hours. If you are chosen to serve on a panel, you will spend time reading the case materials before the hearing, time during the hearing asking questions, and time after the hearing deliberating about the finding(s) and outcomes with the other panelists. On average, each case demands about five hours of your time. Most students do not serve on more than one panel per year due to our volume.
Undergraduate students are selected annually by the Undergraduate Council of Students (UCS). Graduate students are selected annually by the Graduate Student Council. Medical students are selected annually by the Medical Student Senate.
All students who are currently in good disciplinary standing are eligible to be part of the Student Conduct Board.