Types of Hearings

Conduct Hearing:
 A conduct hearing is an information-gathering meeting.If students have failed to attend their hearing or make contact with the office to reschedule the hearing, the conduct administrator can hear the case without the student being present. Conduct administrators would far prefer to have students present to discuss the incident, and as such this format is only used when students neglect to attend.
ContentImageHandler Restorative Justice Conference: An alternative to the conduct process which can be utilize in situations where the student involved accepts responsibility for their actions and the charges in order to be considered for this process. At the end of the conference all parties involved will have agreed on the sanctions and will sign an agreement form. This process is used to help repair harm for all parties involved.
Carolina Judicial Council Hearings:  All students who disagree with the findings or sanctions provided by the conduct administrator or hearing officer who presided over their case have the opportunity to have their case heard at a CJC Hearing. Students may also take their case to a CJC Hearing if they feel it would be fairer to have students or a panel decide the case..
icons (5) Student Organization Cases: In determining whether a group may be held collectively responsible for the individual actions of its members, all of the factors and circumstances surrounding the specific incident will be reviewed and evaluated. As a guiding principle, groups will be held responsible for the acts of their members when those acts grow out of, or are in any way related to group life.