Tyler Junior College

Judicial Process

Student Judicial Process

  1. 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.
  2. 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.
  3. 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.
  4. 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.
  5. 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.
  6. Director of Student Judicial Programs determines an appropriate educational outcome and informs the student of the decision during their meeting if possible.
  7. The student receives and Decision Letter which includes written notification of the Director's decision.
  8. 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.