University Discipline Committee

Charge:

The University Discipline Committee is empowered to conduct disciplinary hearings on student cases referred to it in accordance with the Code of Student Conduct as described in the Student Handbook.

Appointment:

The director of student judicial programs will appoint committee members from nominations received through standard procedures. Appointments are for one (1) year. Committee members may be reappointed for consecutive one (1) year terms.

Operating Procedures:

The committee is responsible to the director of Student Judicial Programs but will report to the dean of students.

The committee shall develop its own operating procedures in accordance with the Code of Student Conduct and subject to the approval of the director of Student Judicial Programs.

Chairperson:

The director of Student Judicial Programs shall appoint a chairperson(s) from the full-time faculty and/or staff members.

Membership:

See below membership code.

Name College/Department Membership Code Term Begins Term Ends
Arnold, Alex Student 2 2014 2015
Cochran, Wesley School of Law 1 2014 2015
Daniel, Gracen Student 2 2014 2015
Hart, Justin College of Arts and Sciences 1 2014 2015
Henderson, Shawn Student 2 2014 2015
Henry, Cynthia University Libraries 1 2014 2015
Koricich, Andrew College of Education 1 2014 2015
Mayer, Greg College of Arts and Sciences 1 2014 2015
McEniry, Matthew University Libraries 1 2014 2015
Mercer, Jacke Student 2 2014 2015
Paton, Chad College of Human Sciences 1 2014 2015
Pratt, Comfort College of Education 1 2014 2015
Ramkumar, Sechedre College of Arts and Sciences 1 2014 2015
Rohrig, Tom University Libraries 1 2014 2015
Romo, Adrian Student 2 2014 2015
Sappington, Jayne University Libraries 1 2014 2015
Tacon, Anna College of Arts and Sciences 1 2014 2015
Taylor, Colette College of Education 1 2014 2015
Vasquez, Abby Student 2 2014 2015
Wardwell, Harrison Student 2 2014 2015
Wright, Brent Student 2 2014 2015

Membership Code:

The University Discipline Committee will conduct disciplinary hearings in referred cases. The committee pool will be composed of

  1. Ten (10) full-time faculty members,
  2. Ten (10) full-time students and
  3. Ten (10) full-time staff members

and will be recognized as a University Committee. Each member will be appointed for a single one-year term by the Managing Director of the Office of Student Conduct.

A quorum for the committee consists of five (5) members, provided that at least one (1) member is present from each of the representative categories.