Students interested in becoming members of the University Judiciary may submit applications each Fall semester. Successful applicants must be currently enrolled students with at least a 3.0 GPA who are able to commit to at least two full academic terms of service after the completion of the training program. Candidates must have the absence of any finding of “in violation” of any University Conduct Regulation (as detailed in the Code of Conduct), including informal or formal disciplinary action, violations of the University Academic Honesty Policy, and violations of applicable EOO policies, including the Sexual Misconduct Policy and the NDAH policy. Parking violations are excluded and will not prohibit membership.
The selection process consists of four phases:
Students who are selected for provisional membership go through an intensive training program. Training is comprehensive and must be satisfactorily completed prior to achieving full membership. The time commitment for provisional members is akin to adding an additional class to one’s schedule. This type of immersion into the conduct process seeks to impart the knowledge, skills, and abilities expected and required of University Judiciary in execution of their duties.
247 Memorial Hall
Athens, Georgia 30602-3115
Monday - Friday
8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
The Office of Student Conduct is located on the 2nd floor of Memorial Hall. It is the white building located next to Sanford Stadium. When visiting our office, check in at room 247 located in the hallway between the Hooper Street and Reed Alley entrances to Memorial Hall.
Report a Potential Conduct Violation
Individuals interested in submitting a report of potential Code of Conduct regulation violations should do so in writing. Reports not submitted in writing will be independently verified prior to beginning a conduct investigation. Reports should be submitted as soon as possible after the alleged violation. For individuals filing a report, a meeting can be arranged with a staff member in the Office of Student Conduct to discuss the conduct process. Reports should be submitted to Rebecca Scarbro, Associate Director for Student Conduct, by calling 706-542-1131 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.