Time, date and location of the meeting
Name and contact information for staff member
Date of the alleged violation
In the event of a justifiable scheduling conflict, the student has three (3) business days following written notice of the meeting to notify the appropriate staff member and reschedule.
5. The student attends the scheduled meeting. At this time, the student may respond to any and all alleged violations and review relevant incident reports and documents and provide relevant oral or written information. The Student Conduct Code and the relevant procedures for resolution will be explained and an opportunity for questions will be provided. Legal counsel, parents/guardians, or other representatives are not permitted at this Conduct Review Meeting. At this time, one of the following will occur:
Student does not accept responsibility
Student accepts responsibility
6. In some instances, more information may be needed in order for a decision to be rendered. The staff member holding the Conduct Review Meeting may adjourn the meeting in order to gather more information, talk with other relevant parties, etc. A follow-up meeting will be set to bring the matter to closure.
7. If the student accepts responsibility, sanctions are assigned as appropriate, and are effective immediately upon the close of the Meeting. If the student does not accept responsibility for a first time violation, the case is decided by the student conduct officer based on the preponderance of evidence. "Preponderance of evidence" is defined here as "having more than likely to have occurred than not."
8. Within ten (10) business days of the Meeting, the student is notified of the resolution and/or sanctions in writing.