The Student Conduct Board is a committee of current students, who are trained and advised by an Area Director and/or the Director of Student Conduct or his/her designee, who hear violations of the Student Code of Conduct. A Student Conduct Board hearing is an educational opportunity for students to address their behavior and community expectations at Carroll University.
At a Student Conduct Board hearing, a student will be given the opportunity to either accept or deny responsibility for the alleged violation and to provide reasons and material to support his/her position. The Student Conduct Board may impose sanctions but may not impose a sanction of suspension or termination from residential facilities and/or suspension or dismissal from the University. Family members, including parent(s)/guardians(s), are not permitted in Student Conduct Board Hearings.