Percent of 2014-2015 students who...
Strongly agreed or agreed they were treated with respect.
Strongly agreed or agreed the conduct staff was concerned with their personal and academic success.
Strongly agreed or agreed that the conduct process was fair.
After a hearing, a student will receive an outcome letter with a determination of “responsible” or “not responsible.” If a student is found responsible, this letter will also outline any educational sanctions that must be completed.
Some applicants to CSU have a criminal or disciplinary history. We require those applicants to tell us about those events before we consider admitting them to CSU
All University Hearing Board (AUHB)
Are you in an organization that is facing a conduct hearing? Learn more about the Hearing Process for Organizations.