A student may request an administrative heard should he/she prefer to have the opportunity to discuss their point of view on the situation and answer any questions the administrator may have. This is a more one on one format where the administrator is the hearing officer. An administrative hearing may also be scheduled if no plea indication statement is returned.
This is a meeting with the Director, Assistant Director, or designee appointed by the Director of Student Conduct and Integrity. The complainant and/or witnesses may be present during this hearing.
The All-University Court serves as a body of original jurisdiction in the formal adjudication of violations of the Code of Student Conduct. Membership on the All-University Court includes six (6) faculty members from the professional colleges, six (6) students, and six (6) administrative/professional staff. Three-person hearing panels are randomly selected from the Court to conduct hearings. Faculty and administrative appointments are for three-year staggered terms, with student members serving for the duration of their full-time academic career. The President of the Student Government Association nominates students from the applicants screened and recommended by the Student Justice Search Committee. The University President appoints all members of the Court.
During an All-University Court Hearing either the Director or Assistant Director for Student Conduct and Integrity will be present as an advisor to the court. The complainant and/or witnesses may also be present during this hearing.
If only two justices are available for the scheduled time, the hearing may proceed. The accused student will be notified and given the opportunity to decide whether to proceed as scheduled or to request the hearing be rescheduled when three justices are available.