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Student Rights

During the student conduct process, students have the right to:

  • Be accompanied to all proceedings and hearings by an advisor (who may or may not be an attorney);
  • Be provided notice and an opportunity to be heard prior to the imposition of any disciplinary sanction (if found responsible for violating the Student Conduct Code);
  • Petition for the disqualification of the Presiding Officer;
  • Provide a statement, present relevant evidence, and provide witnesses for further consideration by the Presiding Officer during fact-finding;
  • Not be compelled to give self-incriminating evidence;
  • Be informed of all orders issued in the conduct proceeding;
  • Be informed if a full hearing is initiated by the Conduct Officer;
  • Request an agreed settlement or informal agreement;
  • Request an administrative review of an Initial Order;
  • Attend all applicable conduct proceedings;

Student Rights Booklet

View our Student Rights Booklet for additional details about the student rights and conduct process.