The Office of Academic and Community Conduct at Michigan Tech uses committees to address issues and resolve incidents in the University community. The following committees are used in the Office of Academic and Community Conduct.
Student Conduct Board
The university-wide Student Conduct Board is the decision-making body for incidents under the Code of Community Conduct, including academic integrity and sexual misconduct. The University Senate selects faculty members of the board, and the student members are recruited by the USG and GSG in consultation with the Office of Academic and Community Conduct. A hearing panel consists of one member of the faculty, one student, and one member of the professional Student Affairs staff.
Resident Life Conduct Board
The Residence Life Conduct Board resolves most incidents that occur in the residence halls and student apartments. The members are recruited by Housing & Residential Services in consultation with the Office of Academic and Community Conduct. A hearing panel consists of three students with a professional staff member acting as a non-voting procedural officer.
Greek Conduct Board
The purpose of the Greek Conduct Board is to promote responsible self-governance of the Greek system at Michigan Technological University among all member chapters and officers of the Interfraternity Council (IFC). The board shall fulfill the requirements of a judiciary branch of government by upholding and interpreting the IFC's constitution, legislature, and policies, and adjudicating wisely should these standards and policies be violated. The board will have jurisdiction in other cases that have been referred by the Office of Academic and Community Conduct.