Division: Student Affairs
Classification: ACADEMIC & STUDENT AFFAIRS
Contact Phone Number: 503-838-8930
Contact Email Address: firstname.lastname@example.org
|Delegation of Authority|
|RESPONSIBLE OFFICER||UNIVERSITY CONTACT|
|Vice President for Student Affairs||Office of Student Conduct|
|The WOU Community|
|FULL STATEMENT OF AUTHORITY|
(1) Subject to the approval of the Vice President for Student Affairs, the Committee recognizes the University Housing Student Conduct System and grants University Housing authority to:
(a) Formulate regulations governing the conduct of residential Students in and around University operated residences;
(b) Formulate procedures and administrative practices to be followed by the University Housing Student Conduct Board;
(c) Assign sanctions exclusive of expulsion, suspension, or negative notation on transcript, appropriate to the enforcement of Campus residence hall regulations.
(2) Students or Recognized Student Organizations may appeal decisions of the University Housing Student Conduct Board to the Dean of Students or Student Conduct Coordinator. The Student or Recognized Student Organization must file the appeal with Student Conduct within five Working Days after receiving the sanction notice from the University Housing Student Conduct Board. The University Housing Student Conduct board Chairperson will submit to the Office of Student Conduct a copy of the appealing Student's or Recognized Student Organization's conduct file for each case heard by the University Housing Student Conduct Board. The file will minimally include the charges, the findings, the sanction(s) assigned, the Student's previous academic and disciplinary history, and information concerning the appeal process.
|REFERENCED OR RELATED POLICIES|
|RELEVANT DOCUMENTS AND LINKS|
LAST UPDATED: 08/11/2016
HISTORICAL DETAIL NOTES:
This policy previously was an Oregon Administrative rule.
SOURCE: Previously Referred to as: WOU OAR 574-032-0050
|FOR POLICY WEBSITE INPUT (public audience keyword search)|
|appeal decisions, Formulate regulations, Assign sanctions|