Consistent with the fundamentals of fair play in any “judicial” process is an opportunity for those accused to be heard by their peers. Therefore, students who are accused of violating University policy may request a formal hearing before a board of their peers. Article 4 of Student Rights and Responsibilities (aka, “the SRR”) describes the composition and jurisdiction of all non-academic hearing boards.

The Department of Student Life advises four (4) hearing boards that operate within the framework of the AFR, and one that is tied to the Anti-Discrimination Policy. Descriptions and membership of each board is outlined in the links below. During times when new members are being sought, a live link to the application process will also be listed below.

Hearing Board Descriptions

Hearing Board Application

PowerPoint Board Training 2014

Training Quiz