College Disciplinary Boards
The disciplinary process is a community process with students, faculty, and staff administering discipline. Students selected to participate on these boards hear cases before the All College Disciplinary Board (ACDB), the Greek Judicial Board, and the soon to be introduced Community Standards Board (CSB).
The ACDB considers the most serious cases of a disciplinary nature. Each member serves on a volunteer basis and is appointed by the President of the College. Each ACDB case is heard by a minimum of a chairperson (faculty member or administrator), one faculty member, one administrator, and two students. Most ACDB members hear between 4-6 cases per academic year. All ACDB members are appointed by the President of The College.
Greek Judicial Board
This board reviews and adjudicates alleged violations of College policies by Greek Letter organizations until the academic year ending May 2011. Following this, the Community Standards Board (CSB) will resume cases on its behalf.
If you have any questions regarding this transfer, please contact:
Dave Conner, Assistant Director for Fraternity and Sorority Programs at 609.771.2466
Elizabeth Gallus, Assistant Director of Student Conduct at 609.771.2201
Community Standards Board (CSB)-Beginning Fall Term 2011 (Pending BOT Approval)
This all-student board reviews and adjudicates alleged violations of College policies for cases involving Greek Letter organizations that could result in temporary or permanent Revocation of Recognition by the College, and/or cases that will not result in an individual student's suspension or dismissal from the College. Each member serves on a volunteer basis and can apply through this site. The CSB will be the primary board utilized for both group (i.e. fraternities/sororities) and individual student cases.
- Status as a full-time, undergraduate TCNJ student (registered for 3 or more courses),
- Have, and maintain, a cumulative GPA of 2.50 or above,
- Have, and maintain, a college disciplinary status free of probation or higher during your tenure on the Board,
- Exhibit excellent judgment, critical thinking, decision making and communication skills,
- Provide the names and contact information from two TCNJ references (one student, one faculty/staff member), and
- Agree to sign and comply with the terms of the Student Board Member Code of Ethics.
Timeline of Events:
Wednesday March 30, 2011 & Wednesday April 06, 2011
3:00pm-Brower Student Center (239)
4:00pm-Brower Student Center (239)
Monday April 18, 2011
Applications DUE (click link below)!!!
Wednesday April 20, 2011-Friday April 22, 2011
Selected Applicant Interviews (30 minutes)
Friday May 6, 2011
Selection Letters Sent!!!
All materials should be submitted by April 18, 2011.
Questions? Contact Elizabeth Gallus at 609-771-2201.