The student conduct process is administrative and educational in nature. It is intended to address misconduct in accordance with the University's Student Code of Conduct and Disciplinary Procedures.  Within the student conduct process, the complainant (survivor/victim) and respondent (accused) have the right to be accompanied by an advisor of their choosing (e.g. student, faculty member, staff member, relative, or legal counsel). The complainant or respondent may also choose to have a trained faculty or staff member serve in this role. Note: Advisors cannot and do not legally represent complainants or respondents and may not participate in the hearing process in any other role (e.g. Witness or Hearing Board member). For more information, contact:

Survivor Advocacy Services
University Center, Room 350

Respondent Support Services
University Center, Room 310