Due Process Rights

In all University Housing Behavior matters, residents have the due process rights to:

  • A presumption of innocence, unless responsibility can be established by preponderance of evidence
  • A behavior meeting with a Residence Life professional staff member within a timely manner
  • Review the written report that describes allegations of the policy violation
  • Present evidence and witnesses
  • Be notified of the decision resulting from the behavior meeting
  • Request an appeal