University Senate Bylaws, Article II., Section 5

L. STUDENT BEHAVIOR COMMITTEE

The Student Behavior Committee is the central judiciary body for the Twin Cities Campus in all cases involving violations of the University's Student Conduct Code by individual students and as the primary judiciary body for the Twin Cities Campus in all cases involving violations of University rules and policies by student organizations under the jurisdiction of the Student Activities Office.

Membership

The Student Behavior Committee shall be composed of:
at least 12 faculty/academic professional members,
at least 10 students, and
ex officio representation as specified by vote of the Twin Cities Delegation.

Members shall be appointed by the Committee on Committees. The chair of the committee shall be a tenured faculty member.

Duties and Responsibilities

a. To serve as the central judiciary body for the Twin Cities Campus in all cases involving violations of the University's Student Conduct Code by individual students.

b. To serve as the primary judiciary body for the Twin Cities Campus in all cases involving violations of University rules and policies by student organizations under the jurisdiction of the Student Activities Office.

c. To hold hearings in accordance with procedures specified in the University's Student Conduct Code and procedures adopted by the committee and approved by the Student Affairs Committee.

d. To recommend to the Senate Consultative Committee such actions or policies as it deems appropriate.


(updated: 5/20/14)


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