University Conduct Board Taking Applications

The University Conduct Board is currently accepting student applications. The Board of faculty, staff and students hears cases of alleged misconduct to determine whether a student or student organization’s behavior violates the Student Conduct Code.

Qualifications for student members include: maintaining good academic and conduct standing; a commitment to serving on the Board for two years with the term ending Dec. 31, 2010; completion of five hours of training in the Spring 2009 semester; participation in approximately one-third of the conduct hearings; and commitment to being actively involved.

Interested students can download the application form online at and return it to David Hoffman, assistant dean of Student Affairs, by 5 p.m. Feb. 13 in the Student Union Building 3100.

Please direct any questions to Stephanie Vandas at or Matt Walterbach at

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