Get Involved

There are a number of opportunities for students, faculty and staff to be involved.  

The Sanction Review Boards, Student Conduct Board, Conduct Appeal Board and the Honor Council represent the VCU Community and assist the Office of Student Conduct and Academic Integrity to provide an environment conducive to academic success, where civility and respect are the norm. 

Members shall conduct processes fairly and in accordance with prescribed procedures, properly interpret and apply University policy, and apply the appropriate standard of evidence when determining responsibility.  When assessing the sanctions for misconduct members will seek to bring an end to the violation in question, reasonably prevent a recurrence of a similar violation, and to remedy the effects of the violation on the community.

Hearings will typically be scheduled Monday-Friday, between 9 a.m.-5 p.m.  Participants should hold two hours; one for testimony and one for deliberations.  Members must arrive prepared for and conduct themselves appropriately during hearings. 

Students:

  • Must have no past or pending conduct or academic integrity issues
  • Must be a full time undergraduate, graduate, or professional student

Faculty:

  • May be teaching/research or A/P faculty (full-time only)
  • Should have the permission of their Dean, Dept. Chair or Director

Staff:

  • Must be a full-time employee
  • Should have the permission of their Dean, Dept. Chair or Director

All: Must attend and complete training each year of service.