Before your conduct meeting, be sure to familiarize yourself with the Student Code of Conduct. There are a few sections to pay special attention to while preparing for your meeting. These include:

Section G: Advisors

Responding students may bring a support person/advisor of their choice, including but not limited to, an advocate, attorney, or other person who is not a potential witness or could otherwise compromise the process, to any resolution process meeting, including, but not limited to, meetings in the formal resolution process. Support persons/advisors are not permitted to speak for, or on behalf of, the responding student during any phase of a resolution process, including meetings in the formal resolution process. However, with permission from the resolution specialist, advisors may make a statement and/or ask questions of the responding student to present relevant information after the resolution specialist has completed discussions with the responding student. If a responding student chooses to bring an advisor to the meeting, it is the responding student’s obligation to select an advisor whose schedule allows attendance within the time frame designated in the Resolution Meeting Notice. 

SCCR, or the designated resolution specialist, is not obligated to reschedule the meeting to accommodate an advisor’s schedule.

Section E: Prohibited Student Conduct

The conduct listed in the Student Code of Conduct is prohibited, as are attempts to engage in conduct prohibited by the code, and/or aiding or abetting in conduct prohibited by the code or CU Boulder policy. Prohibited conduct also includes conduct engaged in by electronic means, including, but not limited to, computers (such as with use of the internet for email or social media purposes), any type of phone (such as by calls, texts, instant messaging, or the internet), or any other means of electronic communication. These provisions should not be construed, and will not be enacted, to deny any student any rights protected by the United States and/or Colorado Constitution. Continue reading about prohibited conduct

Section F: Resolution Processes

The following procedures will be used for the student conduct process. Continue reading about the conduct process 

 Consider your responses to these questions, which you will likely be asked in your meeting: 

  1. How does your alleged involvement in this situation relate to your personal values?
  2. What impact did your choices have on other individuals or communities?
  3. In what ways can this choice hinder you from achieving your academic goals?