If the Honor Court finds by "clear and convincing evidence" that an accused student has violated the Honor Code, it will apply sanctions that reflect the University's goals to educate the student, protect the community, and redress any harm caused by the student's actions. Sanctions are meant to be educational and considerate of the unique circumstances of the violation and of the student. For a comprehensive list of sanctions that could be offered, please consult section III of the Instrument of Student Judicial Governance.
Regardless of the outcome of their case or hearing type, all students are required to conduct a post-hearing meeting with a staff member from Student Conduct. During this meeting, you will discuss the incident, any sanctions you were assigned, any appeal rights you may have, and any feedback that you have for the process or the students you’ve worked with through the duration of your case.