Policies and Procedures Manual

Chapter 6: College Committees & Advisory Councils

06:51:00   Academic Discipline Committee

Related Policies 

TBR Policy General Policy on Student Conduct & Disciplinary Sanctions: 3.02.00.01

TBR Policy Student Due Process Procedure: 3.02.01.00

NeSCC Policy 03:05:03 Disciplinary Offenses

NeSCC Policy 03:05:04 Academic, Non-Academic, and Classroom Misconduct

NeSCC Policy 03:05:05 Disciplinary Sanctions 

NeSCC Policy 03:05:06 Disciplinary Procedures

Purpose 

The Academic Discipline Committee conducts due process hearings for students subject to academic disciplinary sanctions who elect to have an institutional hearing. Cases are referred to the Committee by the Vice President for Institutional Excellence and Student Success. The Academic Discipline Committee will hear evidence, make findings of fact, and make decisions based on those facts as a part of the hearing process.

Membership

  1. Vice President for Institutional Excellence and Student Success, Chair, Non-voting
  2. Academic Dean (1): appointed by the Vice President for Academic Affairs
  3. Faculty (7):      
    1. Faculty (1): elected by Faculty in the Advanced Technologies Division      
    2. Faculty (1): elected by Faculty in the Behavioral and Social Sciences Division      
    3. Faculty (1): elected by Faculty in the Business Technologies Division      
    4. Faculty (1): elected by Faculty in the Health Professions Division      
    5. Faculty (1): elected by Faculty in the Humanities Division      
    6. Faculty (1): elected by Faculty in the Mathematics Division      
    7. Faculty (1): elected by Faculty in the Science Division
  4. Students (3): appointed by the Vice President for Institutional Excellence and Student Success
  5. Vice President for Academic Affairs may appoint a designee for any faculty member or dean who is unavailable for a meeting. 


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Revision History: Aug. 2016; July 2019; Edited Aug. 2019, Revised Oct. 2019