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You've Been Documented - Now What?
You have allegedly been involved in a violation of the residential community/university policy which requires documentation by a Housing sta member. The information below provides you with more information about the next steps in this conduct process.
WHAT IS AN INCIDENT REPORT?
- It is the RA or staff member’s role to document the events observed/information obtained to provide the most accurate information regarding the incident.
- You can find the Housing policies in the License Agreement Conduct Policies and on the Housing website under the section Policies.
- The university policies can be found on the Cal State East Bay Student Conduct, Rights & Responsibilities website.
GOAL OF A CONDUCT MEETING
- To give students a fair, objective, and expedient conduct process that acknowledges the whole student and community responsibilities
- To manage the process to serve as an educational opportunity leading to future success as a Cal State East Bay student
WHY AM I SCHEDULED FOR A CONDUCT MEETING?
- You have the right to meet with the assigned conduct staff member to share your perspective of the incident.
- You will receive an email to your Horizon account from either an Area Coordinator (ACORE) or the office of Student Conduct, Rights, and Responsibilities (SCRR) indicating a meeting date/time.
- You may bring evidence, witnesses, or an advisor to your meeting. The advisor may provide you support, but may not speak on your behalf.
- If you are found responsible for the policy violation, you may be assigned a sanction.
- If you don’t attend your scheduled meeting, a decision may be made without your input.
You will be contacted via email to schedule your conduct meeting. If you have immediate questions, please contact your Area Coordinator (ACORE).
We understand that this could be a stressful situation for you. It is in your best interest, to be honest about your involvement in this incident and to NOT be involved in any additional policy violations, especially until this matter is resolved.