Appeal Processes for Category I: General Student Conduct Case Policies & Procedures
Any student/student organization found responsible for a violation of the Code of Student Conduct shall have the right to appeal by filing a written petition for appeal. When the reporting individual has the right to be informed of the outcome of the hearing, the College may allow reporting individuals to appeal.
NOTE: Appeals must be delivered to: Appeals Officer, Vice President for Enrollment Management and Student Affairs, 7th Floor, Allen Administration Building or designee
Appeal Processes for Category II: Gender-Based and Sexual Misconduct Policies & Procedures
Both the student found responsible and the reporting individual have the right to appeal the decision and/or sanctions to the vice president for enrollment management and student affairs or designee in writing within five (5) business days of receipt of the conduct letter or the final outcome of the conduct case.
An appeal may be heard on the following grounds only:
Neither the students found responsible nor reporting individuals have the opportunity to meet with the appeal panel, unless, in it’s the discretion, a meeting would serve to clarify an issue on appeal. The appeal panel may take any of the following actions:
NOTE: Appeals must be delivered to: Appeals Officer, Vice President for Enrollment Management and Student Affairs, 7th Floor, Allen Administration Building or designee.
The appealing student will have access to a full and fair record of the Board Hearing, which will be preserved and maintained for at least five years. The appealing student may access the record by contacting Dr. Kathryn Wilson, Vice President of Enrollment Management and Student Affairs at: (585) 395-2137, 7th floor Allen Administration Building, The College at Brockport, 350 New Campus Drive, Brockport, NY 14420. Notice of the appeal will be sent to the Board Chair, who will notify the student found responsible or reporting individual, as appropriate. The appeal panel, which will consist of a minimum of two College Officials, will rely upon the audio recording and/or written record of the Board, and may consult with Board members. The appeal panel will generally not conduct a new factual investigation. Both the reporting individual and the student found responsible will be notified simultaneously in writing of the outcome of the appeal. Members of the Board will also be notified in writing of the appeal outcome.
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