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Students may elect to have a member of the Carroll University faculty or staff to accompany them to the Carroll Conduct Board hearing as an advisor.  The advisor is not entitled to address the Carroll Conduct Board or act as an advocate at the hearing.  The advisor’s role is to assist the student before the hearing in preparing a statement, in understanding the process, and in seeking answers to any questions that the student may have.  Violations of these guidelines may result in the advisor being excused from the hearing.  A family member may be present during the proceedings and act as a support in the process.  Family members may not communicate with board members when the Carroll Conduct Board is in session.  Attorneys may not attend the hearing.  For cases of Sexual Misconduct please see the Sexual Misconduct Procedures section
 
Any student who is interested in having an advisor present during their conduct hearing must notify the Office of Student Conduct at  ebrzeski@carrollu.edu two business days prior to their hearing.
 
Parents/Guardians are not permitted to attend Student Conduct Board or Administrative Hearings.
 
Parents/Guardians are, however, permitted to attend Carroll Conduct Board hearings to act as a support in the process. Parents/Guardians may not communicate with board members when the Carroll Conduct Board is in session.
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