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Types of Hearing Boards

Student Conduct Boards are comprised of at least three full-time students with a minimum grade-point average of 2.5 and the director of Student Conduct or designee who serves as a non-voting hearing board advisor. The Student Conduct Board will determine the responsibility of the responding student(s), and if found responsible can make sanction recommendations for the Office of Student Conduct to consider. The Office of Student Conduct shall have the sole authority to make a final decision on the appropriate sanction. All decisions of responsibility are based on a simple majority of the board members.

Administrative Conduct Boards are comprised of at least three faculty and/or staff members at The University of Tampa and the director of Student Conduct or designee who serves as a non-voting hearing board advisor. The Administrative Conduct Board will determine the responsibility of the responding student(s), and if found responsible can make sanction recommendations for the Office of Student Conduct to consider. The Office of Student Conduct shall have the sole authority to make a final decision on the appropriate sanction. All decisions of responsibility are based on a simple majority of the board members.

Appellate Hearing Boards are comprised of at least three faculty and/or staff members at The University of Tampa. This board has the authority to affirm the decision of the original board or return the case to the original hearing board or a new hearing board for a re-hearing. The review of the board is limited as set forth in the appeals section of this policy. All decisions are based on a simple majority of the board members.