Administrative Hearing Board Volunteers
Hearing board members allow students the right to be heard by other University community members in situations where they have been charged with violating the Code of Student Responsibility. Hearing board members are trained and are responsible for reviewing all presented information and determining whether a student has violated a policy and recommending sanctions when applicable.
The Code of Student Responsibility provides the policies and procedures governing student behavior at Stony Brook University. The Code also describes the process whereby students can file a complaint when their rights as members of the University community may been violated by other students.
The Administrative hearing board consists of three to five students, staff and faculty members.
No. Administrative Hearings are scheduled based upon the number of cases, and availability of board members.
Visit the application page and fill out the online form. Selection of Board Members will be based upon application, interest, and an interview.
Students who serve on the hearing board gain valuable leadership, critical thinking and reasoning skills, and contribute to the development of responsible student behavior.
The student conduct process is designed to be primarily educational in nature. Through our interactions with students, we strive to support student success and the educational mission of the University. Toward this goal, our process is designed to provide students with opportunities for dialogue and reflection and to promote the development of responsible behavior and decision making skills.
For further information, please contact:
Office of University Community Standards
Room 347, Administration Building
Phone: (631) 632-6705
Fax: (631) 632-5757