You will receive notification from the Student Judicial Officer if you need to appear before the Judicial Hearing Board. The Hearing Board is made up of one student, one faculty member and one administrator. The link below details the procedures followed during a hearing so that you can know what to expect and prepare.
Judicial Hearing Board Procedures (945 KB)
Are you interested in being on the MSU Denver Student Hearing Board??
What is the Student Conduct Hearing Board?
- The Student Conduct Hearing Board is made up of a group of trained members who are brought together to hear cases where a student has allegedly violated the student code of conduct. The board hears the case and makes a decision to determine whether or not a violation of the Student Code of Conduct has occurred.
Who is on the Student Conduct Hearing Board?
- Each Board is made up of a minimum of 3 people: one student, one faculty member and one staff member. These volunteers must all attend a training that involves understanding the student code of conduct as well as student rights and responsibilities.
What is the time commitment?
- Each hearing lasts from 60 - 90 minutes. Conduct Board members are required to attend training that happens once a semester if they want to participate on the board.
How do I get involved?
- Click here for a Student Conduct Board Application (16 KB). If you hace questions, please send an e-mail to Laura Roth, Assistant Dean/Student Conduct Officer at firstname.lastname@example.org.