Failure to comply with this request may lead the College to file a complaint against such a witness. Judicial affairs records or other exhibits may also be requested. In the event any person, including the student charged and/or his/her advisor, shall disrupt the hearing, that person shall be excluded and the hearingwill proceed in his/her absence. Appeals - A student may only appeal a sanction of deferred suspension or separation from the College. Appeals shall be only to the President. The student must submit a written request for an appeal within five (5) business days of notification of results of the original hearing. TheOfficeofStudentDevelopmentmayadministerthenotificationofhearingresultseither personally or by certified mail to the last known address as maintained by the College. The appeal is submitted to theOffice of Student Development. Astudent may request an appeal on one or more of the following grounds: (1) the student has been deprived of his/her rights asdefinedherein;(2)newevidencediscovered; and/or(3)thesanction(s)tobeimposedwas not justified by the nature of the offense.
The President will review the records from the Disciplinary Conference, Administrative Hearing, or Council Hearing and such written submission or oral arguments as may be requested bythePresident. Theoriginal decisionsmaybe sustained, modified, or reversed.
Reviews - The Vice President for Student Development may request a review of the decision(s) of the Council within five (5) business days of notification of results of the original hearing being given to the student. The VP for Student Development will inform the student that a review is being considered or requested. The VP for Student Development may request a reviewof a discipline case on one or more of the following grounds: (1) the decision of the Council does not adequately account for all available evidence; and/or (2) the decision of the Council does not provide for adequate sanction(s)orintervention for the violation.
Disciplinary sanctions - the following is a listing of the disciplinary sanctions that may be imposed fortheprohibited conductsofBluefieldCollege:
Additionally,theCollegereservestherighttoimposealternativerequirementsorconditions at its discretion in thedisciplinaryor judicial process. Such requirements or conditionsmay include, but are not limited to: • restitution or fines • workorcommunityprojects • counselingevaluationsbyBCoroff-campusprofessionals • educational program sessions • restrictionsonparticipationincampusactivities,residencevisitation,orparking privileges • residence hall contract cancellation Alternative requirements or conditions may be imposed in addition to other disciplinary sanctions (i.e., warnings, probations, suspensions). If these alternative requirements are violatedbythestudent, orifhe/shefailstomeetconditionsset forhim/herin thedisciplinary or judicial process, a more serious sanction, up to and including suspension or dismissal, maybe imposed at thediscretion of theDean of Studentswithout further hearing or review.
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