NOTICE OF REGULATION REPEAL
Date: July 30, 2008
REGULATION TITLE: REGULATION NO.:
Student Affairs; Selection of Remedies in Student Discipline 6C1-4.013
SUMMARY: This regulation is being repealed. The subject matter is now covered in 6C1-
AUTHORITY: BOG Resolution dated January 7, 2003.
THE FULL TEXT OF THE PROPOSED REGULATION IS ATTACHED TO THIS
UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA
6C1-4.013 Selection of Remedies in Student Discipline.
(1) Students charged with violations of either the Student Honor Code or the Student
Conduct Code shall have their cases heard by the appropriate person or body designated below:
(a) The Student Conduct Committee, the Committee's Chairperson or his or her
designee, the Assistant Director for Student Judicial Affairs, or the Director of Student Judicial
Affairs, in accordance with University rules, for alleged violation of the Student Conduct Code,
(b) The Student Honor Court, for alleged violations of the Student Honor Code, 6C1-
4.017, F.A.C., except as provided in paragraphs (d) and (e) below or unless the matter is
otherwise resolved in accordance with University rules.
(c) The Coordinator for Residential Judicial Programs, Residence Directors,
Residence Life Coordinators, Coordinator for Village Community Services, and the Assistant
Director for Village Communities, pursuant to 6C1-4.021, F.A.C., for alleged offenses of
University rules relating to conduct in University housing unless the matter is otherwise resolved
in accordance with University rules.
(d) The Health Center Student Conduct Standards Committee for alleged violations of
the Student Honor Code, 6C1-4.017, F.A.C., by students in the College of Dentistry, Health
Related Profession, Medicine, Nursing, Pharmacy, and Veterinary Medicine.
(e) The College of Law Honor Committee or the Student Honor Court for alleged
violations of the Student Honor Code, 6C1-4.017, F.A.C., by students in the College of Law.
(2) Organizations subject to disciplinary actions shall have their cases heard by the
appropriate person or body designated below:
(a) The Greek Judicial Board, which represents the Interfratemity Council, the
Panhellenic Council, the National Panhellenic Council, and the Multicultural Greek Council.
The Greek Judicial Board shall hear the case and submit a written report to the Dean of Students
containing findings of facts and recommended sanctions, if any. If the fraternity or sorority is
adjudicated responsible for the violation, the hearing body shall recommend one or more
sanctions as provided in 6C1-4.016, F.A.C. The Dean may adopt, reject or modify the Board's
findings and recommendations.
(b) The Student Conduct Committee or its designees, for all other organizations.
(3) Disciplinary adjudications under (1) and (2) above shall be subject to review
and/or appeal in accordance with 6C1-4.016(5)(g) and (6), F.A.C. Disciplinary adjudications
under (2) above shall be subject to review and/or appeal in accordance with 6C1-4.016(5)(g) and
(4) The guidelines for hearing student judicial cases is sixty (60) calendar days from
the date the case is referred to the hearing body or person. If the sixty (60) days has not expired
at the conclusion of the fall or spring semester, and the primary individuals in the case are
unavailable for a student judicial hearing or other proceeding, the running of the sixty (60) day
period can be tolled until the first day of class for the following fall or spring semester. In the
event the hearing body or person is unable to conduct the hearing within this time frame, the
Director of Student Judicial Affairs, after consulting with the hearing body or person, may
reassign the case to a different hearing body to insure that the case is resolved in a timely
manner. The accused student or the original hearing body or person may appeal this
reassignment, in writing, to the Dean of Students within five (5) business days after being
notified of the decision. The decision of the Dean of Students shall be final.
Authority: BOG Resolution dated January 7, 2003.
History--New 9-29-75, Amended 3-9-76, 4-5-77, 4-25-80, 2-11-82, 9-15-83, 3-25-85,
Formerly 6C1-4.13, Amended 4-24-88, 5-18-92, 7-11-94, 4-30-95, 5-1-96, 7-18-99, 6-21-00, 5-
20-02, 1-19-03, 12-02-05 (technical changes only), Repealed