The goal of the procedural review is to allow the student to review the incident report for the alleged incident and discuss the incident with the hearing officer, inform the the student of the process, and provide the student with their rights and responsibilities as a student in the process, including:
- Confidentiality as granted to you by the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA). Please review policy for exceptions to confidentiality.
- Written notice of your alleged violation(s) and the time, date, and location of meetings related to the allegations.
- A procedural review and/or a hearing to discuss your alleged violation(s).
- An advisor who may attend meetings you have regarding the issue, but who may not speak for you. You must notify OSCCS or designee at least 24 hours prior to your procedural review and/or hearing if you are going to bring an advisor who is an attorney.
- Appeal the finding and/or sanctions of your procedural review and request a hearing before the Administrative Review Committee (ARC).