What happens at a university disciplinary hearing?

 

At a university disciplinary hearing, that's the time that a decision is made, when there would be a finding of responsibility or not. That's when an accused student say, would be either found responsible or vindicated, found not responsible, that is. The decision itself, it could be one person who makes the decision, one adjudicator that is. It could be a panel, a number of people who make such a decision. Different schools vary in their approach. Some would include say, nothing but administrators or people at the school itself, faculty that is. Some includes students depending on the nature of the case. Also, it can be say, an administrative hearing where it's more administrative in nature as the name applies versus say, a campus board or a conduct board depending on the potential sanction. Also, that can affect what would take place at a university disciplinary hearing. It really depends on the particular school and also the particular case in terms of what would actually be at stake at a university disciplinary hearing.

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