This Committee advises the Vice President for Student Affairs on the University Judicial System and Student Code of Conduct. The Committee periodically reviews goals of educational discipline and effectiveness of disciplinary sanctions, advises on appointments of hearing and grievance boards, and recommends changes in the Code of Conduct and University Judicial Policies and Procedures. Further, it maintains responsibility for developing detailed procedures to be followed in the hearing process.
The Committee reports through the Director of Judiciaries to the Vice President for Student Affairs.
Faculty : 1 Voting: Hearing Board Member
Students : 4 Voting: 1 Upperclass or Graduate Student from Residence Halls; 1 Undergraduate Member of Hearing Board; Chairperson of Students Defending Students or Designee; 1 President of Student Senate or Designee
Administrative : 4 Non-Voting, Ex-Officio: 1 Director of Legal Affairs or Designee; 1 Director of Judiciaries; 1 Director of Residence Life; 1 Appointed by Vice President for Student Affairs, Serves as Chair
Classified : 0
Total : 9 (4 Non-Voting)
David Horton, ‘15 email@example.com
Evan Ecos, SS Presidential Designee
Jen Atkins, SDS Director
Awaiting Nominee from Committee on Committees (Hearing Board Member)
Awaiting Nominee from Committee on Committees, GS or Upper Class UG serving on Residence Hall Staff
Administrators, Non-Voting, Ex-Officio
Ryan Lombardi, Chair, Assoc. VP for Student Affairs/Dean of Students
Chris Harris, Director of Judiciaries
Barb Nalazek Director of Legal Affairs
Judy Piercy, Director of Residence Life
Ardy Gonyer, Assitant Director of Communication Standards
All University committees follow the academic-year calendar. All students serve one-year terms. Undergraduate students are indicated by US and graduate students by GS. Faculty, administrators and staff generally serve three-year terms; the year a committee member's term expires is shown to the right of the person's name. Individuals who are not students and who have no year to the right of their names have Ex-Officio appointments. Ex-Officio appointments have voting privileges unless otherwise noted.