Hearings and Appeals
A formal hearing is an opportunity for further review of a student conduct incident. The informal resolution does not go into effect if a hearing is requested. An appeal of a hearing decision is a request for further review based on an alleged error in the hearing process
Why would a hearing occur?
If a student does not accept the informal resolution offered by OCS, they may request that a hearing board review the issue further.
When would a student request a hearing?
The opportunity to request a hearing is typically after the student has received a letter from OCS offering an informal resolution to the incident. Often, the letter is sent to the student after they have already had an informal meeting with OCS.
How does a student request a hearing?
After a student receives a letter from OCS offering an informal resolution, they may request a hearing by responding via email indicating that they do not accept the informal resolution and would like a hearing.
College or Department Specific Procedures
Some colleges and programs have specific procedures for resolving issues within the program. Click here for a list of links to program specific procedures
Campus Committee on Student Behavior (CCSB)
CCSB is one of the hearing boards at the University that hears student conduct cases (with the except of sexual misconduct cases). Click here for CCSB hearing procedures
Student Sexual Misconduct Subcomittee (SSMS)
SSMS is the hearing board at the University that hears cases involving alleged violations of sexual misconduct. Click here for SSMS hearing procedures
Student Conflict Resolution Center (SCRC)
SCRC provides advocates to support students through the hearing process.