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Ashleigh J. Wade, M.Ed.
Coordinator of Student Conduct Systems
Strebel Student Center
Office Suite 205
Student Conduct FAQ
FAQ for Students
What are my rights and responsibilities as a Utica College student?
What is the Code of Student Conduct?
Why did I get a letter?
What is the difference between the Utica College Student Conduct Process and the external legal system?
My friend met with an Area Coordinator. Why am I meeting with the RHCB?
What if I don’t show up for the hearing?
What rights do I have in the conduct process?
What are the possible outcomes of a hearing?
What is a likely sanction?
What happens if I don't do my sanction?
How many chances do I get?
How does an appeal work?
Will my parents find out?
What are the long-term effects of being found responsible for violating the Code of Student Conduct?
Who has access to my conduct records?
How can I complete documentation and who can file a complaint?
How long do I have to provide written documentation?
Who can I talk to if I’m unsure about filing a complaint or have a question about the process?
In what circumstances can a student be held accountable for off campus behaviors?
FAQ for Witnesses
What does it mean to be a witness?
What will I have to do?
Will the student who has been charged know that I provided documentation?
Do I have to see the student that I provide information about?
FAQ for Parents
How can I support my son/daughter through the Student Conduct Process?
Will I be called when my son/daughter is charged with a violation of the Code of Student Conduct?
Why can’t I have access to my son or daughter’s conduct file? I pay their tuition!
Can I attend my son/daughter’s hearing?
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