UMBC Student Hearing Board Applications Due
Integrity and Civility: Fostering a Safe Campus Community
Friday, March 15, 2019 · All Day
The UMBC Student Hearing Board supports Student Conduct and Community Standards, and our mission, by resolving contested cases of student misconduct in a formal hearing setting. The Student Hearing Board resolves contested charges initiated against any student or student organization for alleged violations of the Code of Student Conduct or Code of Student Organization Conduct, determines whether the student or student organization is responsible or not responsible, as well as what the appropriate consequences will be.
Students chosen as Hearing Board Justices will receive professional training in all relevant fields including: interpretation of the Code of Student Conduct and University Policies, substantive and procedural due process, questioning techniques and skills, alcohol and other drug symptoms and recognition, and student development theory. Initial training will take place the first weekend after classes begin (August 30th-September 2nd). Training continues as needed thereafter throughout the semester.
- Must be a full-time student at UMBC
- Must be in good student standing (i.e. not on academic or disciplinary probation)
- Must have completed at least one semester at UMBC