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The Student Conduct Hearing Board is comprised of students, faculty, and staff who are trained in the University of Kansas student conduct process and who are committed to facilitating student learning through the student conduct process. Members serve on panels of three (3) throughout the year to determine student/student organization responsibility for alleged violations of the Code of Student Rights and Responsibilities and determine appropriate sanctions, if any, to foster student growth and development. The Student Conduct Hearing Board plays an integral role in the adjudication of formal student conduct code and appeal cases and ensures that students are given the opportunity to have their cases heard by a representative body of the University.  The Student Conduct Hearing Board Training Manual is available in PDF format for review. 

What is the time commitment?
Hearing Board members are required to attend new member training before being eligible to sit on a hearing panel. Additional training may be required as policies and procedures are updated or new topical areas need to be addressed. There is no minimum number of panels to serve on each year, but it is the goal of the Office of Student Conduct to allow each board member to participate as much as scheduling allows. 

Qualifications for Membership:

Faculty & Staff

  • Be able to attend and actively participate in training sessions.
  • Maintain confidentiality in regard to ALL information discussed in conduct hearings.
  • Be a clear communicator and open to new ideas and perspectives.
  • All student conduct board positions are held on a volunteer basis, but are encouraged for the full academic year.

Students

  • Be in good judicial standing with the University (no active conduct sanctions).
  • Be able to attend and actively participate in training sessions.
  • Maintain confidentiality in regard to ALL information discussed in conduct hearings.
  • Be a clear communicator and open to new ideas and perspectives.
  • All student conduct board positions are held on a volunteer basis, but are encouraged for the full academic year.

 

If you would like more information, please contact the Office of the Vice Provost for Student Affairs


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