The Office of Student Rights and Responsibilities – Student Conduct is looking for employees to serve as panelists for Administrative Student Conduct Hearings.
Administrative Student Conduct Panels serve as the “hearing body” for conduct cases as outlined in the Student Code of Conduct. Students who are alleged to have violated the Student Code of Conduct have the option of selecting a Panel Hearing as a way of having their case heard. The Administrative Student Conduct Panel will hear the case, review the information provided, make a determination of In Violation or Not In Violation, and recommend a list of appropriate sanctions including suspension or expulsion. Each Administrative Student Conduct Panel will consist of a board made up of 3-5 trained members.
You will be required to participate in a minimum of 3 training sessions prior to sitting on your first panel.
The responsibilities of a member of an Administrative Student Conduct Panel include:
- Be familiar with the Student Code of Conduct and student conduct procedures
To be considered employees must:
- Be employed by South Texas College
- Complete and submit the Administrative Student Conduct Panelist Employee Application
- Attend and participate in mandatory training sessions
Level of Training/ Certification:
- Level I Certification – Basic
- Level II Certification – Intermediate
- Level III Certification – Advanced
- Level IV Certification – Advanced Conduct Panelist – Administrative Appeal and Review