Student Code of Conduct Appeal
Last updated on November 27th, 2018 at 11:10 am
Per Section X of the Student Code of Conduct, an appeal is a process to request the review of the original student conduct outcome. An appeal does not rehear a student conduct case, but rather, determines if the conclusion reached in the original case is valid based on substantiation of: a procedural error, new evidence, or the severity of the sanction.
Resolutions reached by an Administrative Agreement are not eligible for an appeal, unless a sanction was imposed by the Student Conduct Officer. For Hearings, the Respondent has the right to submit one application for appeal. In cases of Sexual Misconduct, both the Respondent and Reporting Individual have the right to appeal and are governed by different appeal procedures per Section X.C. of the Student Code of Conduct.
An appeal must be submitted within five (5) business days of the decision on the hearing officers or Student Conduct Officer.
For complete and official information about the appeal process, please refer to the Student Code of Conduct.