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Vice President of Academic and Student Affairs. If this informal discussion does
not achieve resolution of the grievance, the student may request a formal
interview of the grievance by the Faculty Senate Curriculum and Academic
Standards Committee. This grievance must be submitted to the committee
in writing.
b.
The Curriculum and Academic Standards Committee will consider the
grievance as formally presented by the student, and will consult with all parties
significantly involved in the grievance. The Committee will document its
findings and render the disposition of the grievance within 20 class days upon
receipt of the student’s formal written grievance. The student will then be
notified of the Committee’s decision. It is the student’s responsibility to initiate
and advance the grievance.
06. Minor Misconduct Investigative, Adjudication and Appeal Process:
a.
The Director of Student Services or designee shall be responsible for the
investigation of minor misconduct. A decision will be rendered within 10
calendar days of receiving the complaint, barring unusual circumstances.
Sanctions can include verbal and written warnings, limited access to campus
mandatory counseling or treatment, restitution, loss of student employment,
campus or community service, training, fines or fees, loss of campus privileges,
and/or eviction.
b.
Minor Misconduct Appeals Procedure:
i. If the student is not satisfied with the decision of the Director of
Student Services, the student may file a formal review request to the
Vice President of Academic and Student Affairs in writing and within 10
calendar days of the date of the decision.
ii. The Vice President of Academic and Student Affairs will review the
investigation and recommended disciplinary action and issue a
final decision within 10 calendar days from the date the written appeal
was filed.
07. Major Misconduct Investigative, Adjudication and Appeal Process:
a.
The Director of Student Services or designee shall be responsible for the
investigation of major misconduct. Major Misconduct investigations shall take
no longer than 60 calendar days.
i. Sanctions can include written warnings, limited access to campus,
mandatory counseling or treatment, restitution, loss of student
employment, campus or community service, training, fines or fees,
loss of campus privileges, eviction, and/or suspension or expulsion.
ii. If the major misconduct involves sexual misconduct or Title IX
compliance, the adjudication and appeal process under LRSC 1500.09
will be followed.
b.
During the investigation, the accused shall:
i. Receive written notice:
1. Identifying the allegation(s) against the student;
2. Providing three days’ notice to any requests for information or
response from the student. The notice requirement can be waived
if the accused consents to a shorter notice period. The notice
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