In any case of alleged misconduct, a student has the following rights:
- to be notified of student rights and responsibilities in the University conduct process.
- to be notified at least three (3) business days prior to the conduct meeting of the alleged violation(s) of the Student Conduct Code and/or University standards, policies and procedures and to be notified of the date, time, and location of the meeting.
- to discuss the incident and their alleged involvement.
- to respond to the information presented in the Incident Reports filed.
- to present pertinent information and witnesses on her/his behalf.
- to identify witnesses on their own behalf and submit anticipated statements to the resolution staff in advance of the conduct meeting. It is the student’s responsibility to assure the witness takes part in the conduct process and attends required meetings.
- to be notified in writing within five (5) business days* of the outcome of the conduct meeting. Notification will include the decision and outcomes if found responsible.
- to be informed of the appeal process and given the opportunity to file a request for appeal within five (5) business days of the date of the conduct meeting outcome letter.
View your student rights as related to the privacy of student records under the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA)
*All time limits imposed or recommended within these procedures may be changed for good cause or reason as determined by the Dean of Students or designee (where appropriate). - as printed in the Fogcutter Student Handbook.