PCHCS Student Handbook 2024-2025

Nova Southeastern University Student Handbook 51 • a statement that within five business days of receipt of the notice, the student/student organization must contact the dean of students to schedule a conference/proceeding • an invitation to provide the judicial officer with any relevant information, evidence, or witnesses in relation to the alleged conduct For any graduate or professional student who is alleged to have violated the Code of Student Conduct and Academic Responsibility, a copy of the notification of charges will be provided to the dean’s office of the student’s college. If new conduct issues are brought forth during the student conduct process, additional notice in accordance with this section will be provided to the student. A student/student organization that is alleged to have violated the Code of Student Conduct and Academic Responsibility shall have the matter adjudicated by either an administrative conference or proceeding, based on the alleged violations. Reasonable effort will be made to have the accused student/student organization misconduct considered expeditiously. If a student withdraws from the university or is no longer an active student, the university may, at its discretion, continue through the disciplinary process without the student’s participation, or place the disciplinary process on hold until the student’s attempted return to NSU. Students are not permitted to reenter NSU until all outstanding disciplinary cases are resolved. Additionally, degrees will not be conferred to students with pending disciplinary matters until all such matters are resolved. D.2 Student Judicial Resolution (SJR) Purpose—Provide students, who opt to take responsibility for an alleged charge(s), a way to accept responsibility without having a formal judicial conference. • This SJR option is only applicable to cases that are identified as an administrative judicial conference. • The SJR takes place during the premeeting. • If the student selects an SJR, the student waives their right to appeal. Procedures • Presenting the allegations: The specific allegations against the student will be presented within their Notice to Appear. The student reserves the right to review and read all relevant details and evidence. The student may also ask questions and seek clarification on the charges. • Accepting Responsibility: The student will be provided with an opportunity to accept responsibility for the alleged charges and sanctions during the premeeting. The SJR agreement form must be signed by the student during the premeeting. The SJR form will be added to the student’s case file. If the student is not in agreement with any part of the outcome, the adjudication process will continue as an administrative judicial conference. • Outcome Letter: If the student accepts responsibility and agrees that they would like an SJR, the student will receive an outcome letter within three business days.