Faculty and Staff FAQs
How do I file a report of an alleged Code of Conduct violation?
Incidents of alleged violation of the Code of Conduct are reported in writing to the Associate Director of Student Conduct or designee. In your report, there is no need to include the regulation you think a student or student organization has violated. Reports should contain as much information as possible, and where known to the reporting party, should provide (1) the type of misconduct alleged; (2) the name and contact information of the student(s) and/or organization(s) involved in the alleged misconduct; (3) the date(s), time(s), and place(s) of the alleged misconduct; (4) the name(s) and contact information of any individual(s) with knowledge of the incident of alleged misconduct; (5) whether any evidence has been preserved; and (6) whether a criminal complaint has been made in connection with the alleged misconduct.
I am unsure if an incident rises to the level of the Office of Student Conduct. What should I do?
You can either call our office at 706-542-1131 or email Rebecca Scarbro at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please provide any details you may have regarding the incident. We will review the information provided and respond to you as soon as possible. For more information regarding the regulations of the Code of Conduct, please visit: Code of Conduct. For more information regarding the conduct process, please visit: Complaints, Classroom Management, and Behavior Concerns (PDF).
How do I become involved with Student Conduct?
You can become involved in the conduct process by serving as the staff/faculty hearing administrator on a Formal Hearing Panel. The staff/faculty member works with two members of University Judiciary, a student organization responsible for facilitating the formal hearing process, in the resolution of alleged violations of the Code of Conduct; if applicable, the hearing administrator will assist in determining sanctions that are educational and appropriate to the incident. Training is generally held once or twice a year.
I want to do a program related to student conduct in my classroom/residence hall. Who do I contact?
If you would like the Office of Student Conduct to do a program or presentation on student conduct, please contact Rebecca Scarbro at email@example.com.