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Student Conduct Board Hearings

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.

Administrative Hearings

Administrative Conduct Hearings generally are handled by the Director of Student Conduct, Area Directors, or other administrative staff appointed by the Vice President of Student Affairs. Typically an Administrative Conduct Hearing is a one-on-one meeting with the student and the Administrative Conduct Officer, but there are times when due to the severity or sensitivity of the case two or three administrators will be asked to hear the case.

 

At an Administrative Conduct 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 Administrative Conduct Officer may either hear the case immediately or postpone the case for a hearing at a later date. The Administrative Conduct Officer may impose sanctions but may not impose a sanction of suspension or dismissal from the University. Family members, including parent(s)/guardians(s), are not permitted in Administrative Conduct Hearings.

Carroll Conduct Board

The Carroll Conduct Board is composed of five trained members: a chair, three faculty/staff members, and one student, and may be convened in serious cases when a student has been through the conduct hearing process multiple times, has violated several policies simultaneously, or the sanction imposed may be suspension or termination from residential facilities and/or suspension or dismissal from the University. 

The Carroll Conduct Board may recommend sanctions up to and including University dismissal. The Carroll Conduct Board is chaired by the Director of Student Conduct or his/her designee.

 
For more information regarding the Carroll Conduct Board please click here 
 
 
 
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