The UNC Charlotte Constitution of the Student Body Article IV, outlines Student Body Government Judicial Powers and provides authority to protect the rights of the Student Body and to insure the acceptance of responsibilities set forth by law, campus rules and Student Body Statues.
The UNC Charlotte Code of Student Responsibility, (Policy Statement # 406) exercises the duty of the Chancellor to regulate matters of student conduct in the University community. The UNC Charlotte Code of Student Academic Integrity (Policy Statement # 407) governs student behavior relating to academic work. All UNC Charlotte students are expected to be familiar with both Codes and to conduct themselves in accord with these requirements.
As set forth in the Student Body Constitution and the Judicial by-laws, the SGA Judicial Branch is a peer conduct review system comprised of three offices: the Judicial Board Hearing Panel, the Student Attorney General's Office, and the Student Counsel's Office.
Applications for membership to the Judicial Branch are reviewed on a semesterly basis dependent upon Judicial Board vacancies with interviews occurring in late Fall and late Spring. Applicants to the Judicial Board are required to have at least one semester of attendance at UNC Charlotte, a 2.5 cumulative GPA, and be in good University student conduct standing (not currently on disciplinary probation). All members of the Judicial Branch sign a confidentiality agreement and are bound to protect the privacy of student conduct records and information under the Federal Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 (FERPA).
|Arianna Barbee||Chief Justiceemail@example.com|
|Chrissy Fuller||Chief Attorney Generalfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Michael MoDrak||Chief Student Counselemail@example.com|