The Key: Student Handbook, 2019

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Rules Governing Student Life

H. Appeals Committee

The membership of the Appeals Committee is as follows:

• Three faculty members, who shall be appointed for staggered three-year terms by the President of the College with one of said faculty members being designated by the President as Chairman of the Committee. One additional faculty member shall be appointed by the President of the College to serve a one-year term as an alternate. Appointments for the succeeding academic year (July 1–June 30) shall be made before the end of the second semester.

• No more than two students, who shall be members of the Junior or Senior class and who shall be appointed for a one-year term by the President of Student Government shall serve on the Appeals Committee. One additional student shall be appointed for a one-year term as an alternate by the President of Student Government. Appointments of students for the succeeding academic year (July 1–June 30) shall be made before the end of the second semester. Neither the President of Student Government nor the Chairman of the Inter-fraternity Council, the Chairman of the Student Court, the Chairman of the Student Senate, nor any member of the Student Court may be a member of the Committee.

Three faculty and two student members shall constitute a quorum. A majority of the Executive Committee of the Board of Trustees shall constitute a quorum.

I. Annual Code Reviews

To enable the College to respond to changing conditions and to ensure continued student support of the Student Justice System, new Student Government leaders and College Administration should review,

J. Amendment

The Student Court or the Executive Committee of the Faculty may propose amendments to this document and to the codes contained herein, provided that, except as hereinafter provided, no amendment shall become effective until the same shall have been approved by both of said bodies and by the Board of Trustees of the College. Any amendment deemed by the Dean of Students to be of a minor nature may be effectuated upon the concurrence of the Chairman of the Student Court,

on an annual basis, the codes and other material set forth herein and make such recommendations as they deem appropriate.

the Executive Committee of the Faculty, and the Dean of Students. The Student Court Chairman, when he deems an amendment to be of a major nature, may, at his discretion, condition his approval upon the favorable outcome of a student body referendum. Any amendment hereto which would have the effect of modifying the Student Government Constitution must be adopted in accordance with Article VIII of that Constitution.

Appendices of The Student Justice System____________________ Appendix A: Stealing................................................................................. Stealing includes, but is not limited to, the following: 1. Cable TV theft. 2. Defrauding any type of telephone system. 3. Taking books or other library materials out of the library without checking them out at the desk, depending on the interpretation of the evidence and intent by the President of Student Government. 4. Removing any section of library material, such as tearing or cutting a page, or pages, or part(s) of a page.

5. Unauthorized access to, or use of, the College computer files, including attempts to gain unauthorized use or access. Unauthorized use of a computer is defined as using someone else’s account or someone else’s file without the permission of the account holder, the owner of the file, or a computing center official. 6. Taking of a bicycle without the express permission of the owner