Student Judicial Process
- A written report is referred to the Director of Student Judicial Programs by a member of the campus community. Members of the campus community are defined as students, faculty, staff, and campus visitors.
- Director of Student Judicial Programs reviews the report for validity and if the conduct in question constitutes a violation of the Student Code of Conduct (found in the TJC Catalog), the judicial process begins.
- Director of Student Judicial Programs notifies the student involved by sending an Allegation Letter or email to the student's address of record with Tyler Junior College.
- The student has five (5) business days to respond by calling to schedule a meeting with the Director of Student Judicial Programs. Failure to respond to this notification will result in an administrative hold being placed on the student's transcripts and enrollment.
- The student meets with the Director of Student Judicial Programs and discusses the incident in question. During this time, the student has the right to respond to the alleged allegations.
- Director of Student Judicial Programs determines an appropriate educational outcome and informs the student of the decision during their meeting if possible.
- The student receives and Decision Letter which includes written notification of the Director's decision.
- A student is allowed to appeal the decision of the Director of Student Judicial Programs within three (3) business days of the date of the student's receipt of the Decision Letter.