The Office of Student Conduct and Community Standards is in the process of selecting and training faculty and staff for the University Conduct and Title IX boards.
All faculty and staff members are welcome to serve on these boards.
A three-day training will be held Monday through Wednesday, May 14-16.
Following the training session, board members are asked to commit to serving at three to five hearings per academic year. Hearings typically last approximately four hours and are held during business hours unless there is a special circumstance.
Board members are part of a volunteer pool and only serve on hearings if they are available.
“We welcome all faculty and staff to take an active role in our hearing boards and use this as an opportunity to promote community well-being, safety and success at The University of Toledo,” said Dr. Phillip “Flapp” Cockrell, vice president for student affairs.
Women, underrepresented minorities, veterans and individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply in an effort to build boards representative of UT’s diverse campus community.
A comprehensive description of each of these boards, member roles and responsibilities, and application details are available here.