The flow chart below shows the typical process a conduct violation will follow and the choices the respondent and administrator have in the process. In circumstances when an Information Report is submitted and there is reasonable cause to modify the process, including but not limited to prior to commencement when a student is a candidate for graduation, the Dean of Students Office and Office of Student Conduct, Rights, and Responsibilities will use their discretion to determine the appropriate process for resolution while maintaining the rights afforded to all students in the conduct process.
If a Respondent leaves the College for any reason while the Formal Conduct Process is underway, the Dean of Students Office and Office of Student Conduct, Rights, and Responsibilities have the authority to determine whether or not the process should continue or be held should the student return or be readmitted to the College.
Below the flow chart you will find links that further detail the various conduct meeting and hearing types. Please note that while similar, the process for violations of the Sexual Misconduct, Relationship Violence, and Stalking Policy as it applies to student respondents can be found listed in that policy.