Student Judicial Programs
Student Judicial Programs serves as the primary administrator of disciplinary action for Tyler Junior College. Reports of alleged misconduct (violations of the Student Code of Conduct) are referred to Student Judicial Programs. Student Judicial Programs adjudicates referrals through implementing the judicial process.
Student Judicial Programs compiles and maintains statistics and information regarding violations of the Student Code of Conduct.
Student Judicial Programs provides educational outreach regarding the judicial process, the Student Code of Conduct, academic integrity, campus civility, and other pertinent issues.
Student Judicial Programs is committed to:
- Due process
- Educational adjudication
- Proactive outreach
- Responsible maintenance of judicial data
Student Records and Privacy
Disciplinary records maintained by the Judicial Affairs office are strictly confidential and all disclosures are governed by the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 (FERPA). A student has the right to make a request to inspect and review his or her disciplinary file at any time. Furthermore, a student may request that his or her disciplinary information be released to a third party by completing a Consent to Release Confidential Information form that can be obtained in the Student Affairs office.
Disciplinary files are retained for a period of seven years and may be kept longer due to special circumstances such as, suspension or expulsion or as deemed necessary by the Vice President for Student Affairs.