Conduct Review Board

The Conduct Review Board is a fact-finding body that conducts formal hearings regarding alleged violations of College policy, including the Academic Honor Code and Social Code.

Serious or major violations of College policy are referred to the Board by the Office of the Dean of Students, the Office of the Dean for Student Affairs, or the Office of the Dean for Academic Affairs. The Board does not select which cases come before it.

The primary function of a CRB hearing is to determine whether a student is responsible or not responsible for the alleged violation(s). If the Board finds the student responsible for the charges, the Board must recommend an appropriate sanction to the Dean of Students. Sanctioning attempts to balance consistency across similar cases while acknowledging the specific circumstances of each case. 

The Conduct Review Board is currently advised by Dean Danielle Hussey.