Student Conduct Board Application - 2019-2020
The Stetson University Student Conduct Board is a peer review board that has the authority to hear cases involving alleged violations of the Code of Community Standards. The board is comprised of a number of students selected by an application process. The Student Conduct Board hears allegations involving individual students. Board members are responsible for providing a fair and unbiased process to address issues of student conduct. These students work with faculty, Student Government and other key members of the university community to improve awareness of values based behaviors and increase student learning. During a hearing, the board will follow all operational guidelines and seek support and guidance from their advisors when appropriate. The board will decide, in closed session, if the alleged student should be found responsible based on a preponderance of the evidence and majority vote. Sanctions imposed by the boards will also be decided by majority vote.
The Student Conduct Board will most likely hear cases either Wednesday or Friday afternoons but please still consider applying if you are not available during these afternoon times.
Application closes on April 1, 2019
Contact Barbs Hawkins, Director of Community Standards, at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.