Conduct Board


 

Applications Now Available!

(Application closes October 14, 2013)

Description:

The Conduct Board is responsible for reviewing potential violations of the Code of Student Conduct and educating the University population about the rules, polices, and regulations contained in the Code. Most notably, board members serve as hearing officers for cases that could result in Suspension or Expulsion from the University. 

More than just a resume booster: Service on the Board is a challenging and satisfying way for students to enhance their academic experiences. Board members gain valuable critical thinking, communication, and time management skills that will make them more competitive when applying for a job or graduate school. Board members who have served for more than one year are eligible to seek positions of increased responsibility and leadership.

 

Sample Application

Click hereThis link will open in a new window to view a PDF version of this year's application.  The application requests contact information and a brief response to four essays. The PDF version of the application is made available for preparation purposes only.  Applicants are required to complete the online version to be considered for membership.  

 

Application Requirements

To be considered for membership, applicants must:

  • Possess and maintain at least a 2.5 GPA and full-time status as a student.  First-year students are admitted pending the outcome of their Fall semester grades.
  • Have no disciplinary history, including both academic and non-academic infractions and those occuring in the residence halls.

In addition, once an applicant becomes a full-member of the Board, he or she may not serve in other Student Government roles.  Individual's whose role in SG will expire at the end of the Fall semester may still apply for Board membership.

 

Application Dates:

NOTE: To be considered for the Board, all applicants must participate in the following selection and training dates:

 

Date:                                       Activity:

Monday, October 14                   Application Deadline

Saturday, October 19                 Group Interviews (3 Hours, Exact time TBA)

Mon.-Fri., Oct. 28 - Nov. 1          Individual Interviews (1 Hour)

 

Saturday, November 16               New Member Training (9:00 AM - 6:00 PM)

Sunday, November 17                 New Member Training (1:00 PM - 6:00 PM) 

 

Frequently Asked Questions:

Click here to review and find answers to some frequently asked questions.

 

Membership Expectations

Members of the Conduct Board are expected to:

  • Schedule coursework and other academic obligations to be available for scheduled hearings (starting at 3:30 PM on Mondays and Thursdays).  It is not necessary that an applicant's current Fall schedule meet this requirement.
  • Uphold the highest standards for their own behavior, both on and off campus and avoid involvement in situations that may lessen the perceived credibility of the conduct system
  • Place membership on the Board as a top priority behind academics;
  • Maintain student confidentiality at all times;
  • Attend all mandatory training sessions and bi-weekly meetings;
  • Become knowledgeable about all aspects of the Code of Student Conduct
  • Participate in regular committee meetings and assist with important Board functions;
  • Participate in various educational outreach efforts;

 

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Graduate Students

Graduate students are strongly encouraged to participate as members of the Board. Graduate Students should apply using the general application process and deadlines. Some consideration is provided to graduate students to accommodate time constraints and professional expectations. Interested graduate students should contact the Office of Student Conduct at 919-515-2963 for additional information.

 

Faculty and Staff

Faculty or Staff members who are interested in serving as Board members should make contact with the Office of Student Conduct at 919-515-2963 or contact Paul Tongsri directly. . Faculty and Staff enrollment are handled in a "rolling" fashion, with necessary trainings and information provided during individual sessions based on the faculty or staff member's availabilities.  All faculty and staff members are expected to agree and abide by the confidentiality and ethical standards established by the Board.