Conduct Board

What is the Conduct Board?

The Conduct Board is responsible for reviewing potential violations of the Code of Student Conduct and educating the University  population about the rules, polices, and regulations contained in the Code. Most notably, board members serve as hearing officers for cases that could result in Suspension or Expulsion from the University.

What does service on Conduct Board look like?

The  Service on the Board is a challenging and satisfying way for students to enhance their academic experiences. Board members gain valuable critical thinking, communication, and time management skills that will make them more competitive when applying for a job or graduate school. Board members who have served for more than one year are eligible to seek positions of increased responsibility and leadership.

University Resources

To learn more about becoming a member of the Judicial Branch, please visit the Office of Student Conduct Website under Conduct Board, or contact the Student Chief Justice.