Attend Your Meeting
Once SCCR receives notice of an alleged policy violation you will receive a letter about a resolution meeting. The meeting is your chance to tell a Resolution Specialist your side of the incident that generated the notice. It is a good idea to meet with the Resolution Specialist so they can more fully understand the incident at hand.
If you choose not to attend the meeting a decision will be made in absentia based on the information available to the Resolution Specialist. If you have any questions about the meeting, contact SCCR at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Student Conduct and Court
When students receive tickets or are charged with a violation of city, state, or federal law, that student may also be referred to Student Conduct & Conflict Resolution. Students at CU Boulder are accountable to both local, state, and federal laws as well as the policies of the university, which means that a student may be held accountable by both processes. The university process will proceed in a timely manner regardless of court proceedings. The university process and its outcomes do not determine whether a student will be found responsible for any violations of law. Similarly, even if a student is not found responsible for a violation of law, the student may be found responsible for a violation of university policy.
A student may elect not to meet with Student Conduct & Conflict Resolution or remain silent in the meeting, but the university is still able to make a decision about the potential violation of policy even if the student chooses not to participate.