Engage in the Student Conduct process
Student Conduct Appeal Board
The Student Conduct Appeal Board is a group of University of Colorado faculty, staff and students outside of SCCR who are trained to review case files submitted for appeal. The Student Conduct Appeal Board looks objectively at the information provided to decide if there is grounds for appeal and what action if any should be taken. More information regarding the appeal process can be found in the Student Code of Conduct. Contact Student Conduct & Conflict Resolution at firstname.lastname@example.org for information on how to get involved in the Student Conduct Appeal Board.
CU Restorative Justice
The CU Restorative Justice Program (CURJ) is all about repairing harm and making things right. The program’s goal is to help students recognize that the mistake they made impacted more people than just themselves. Restorative justice allows students to share their stories with others in the community, including faculty and staff. Together, the student and those impacted address the harms and impacts of their actions, and develop a plan to make things right.