These steps outline what happens if you or your student organization is accused of violating the conduct code.
Students and organizations may present their case at a formal conduct hearing through an Administrative Panel or the Student Arbitration Board.
The panel or board determines if you are responsible — meaning a violation was proven according to the evidence — or not responsible.
Bradley's conduct hearings give fair and objective consideration to students or organizations charged with violating the conduct code. Learn your rights and responsibilities.
Find out the duties and differences between an Administrative Panel and the Student Arbitration Board.
Your student organization may be suspended for an interim period pending a formal hearing. In some instances, individual students may also face interim suspension.
Possible sanctions for students and organizations found responsible for conduct violations include parental notification, fines, censure, probation or university suspension.
Review Bradley's sanctions for various student alcohol-related offenses.
The sanctions for student marijuana or drug offenses range from a $50 fine to dismissal from the university.
If found responsible for violating a rule, you have the right to request an appeal of the decision.