Become a Hearing Board Member

There are two types of hearing boards facilitated by the Office of Student Conduct:

  • Student Conduct Board. The Student Conduct Board hears cases where students have been charged with violations of the Student Code of Conduct.
  • Academic Integrity Board. The Academic Integrity Board only hears cases of cheating, plagiarism, and to obtain grades under false pretenses.

An online training is required for both faculty and students who serve on either the Student Conduct or Academic Integrity Board.  Faculty and students selected to serve as chairs will have an additional training regarding this role.

How to become a student hearing board member

All applicants who meet the qualifications will be invited to complete a mandatory online training.  All newly selected board members must complete their online training before serving. Students who are selected to serve as a chair will have an additional training regarding this role.

Submit a hearing board application

Undergraduate student hearing board members

Undergraduate student hearing board members must meet the following requirements:

  • Have completed at least one semester of undergraduate work at the University of Nevada, Reno
  • Be currently enrolled in at least twelve (12) credits
  • Have no student conduct record
  • Have a minimum 2.50 cumulative undergraduate GPA

Graduate student hearing board members

Graduate student hearing board members must meet the following requirements:

  • Have completed at least one semester of graduate work at the University of Nevada, Reno
  • Be currently enrolled in at least six (6) credits
  • Have no student conduct record
  • Have a minimum 3.00 cumulative graduate GPA

How to become a faculty hearing board member

Only academic faculty are eligible to serve on the Academic Integrity Board. All faculty (administrative and academic) may serve on the Student Conduct Board,

  • Academic Integrity Board. Academic faculty who wish to serve on the Academic Integrity Board should contact the Faculty Senate Office at (775) 784-4025.
  • Student Conduct Board. Academic and administrative faculty who wish to serve on the Student Conduct Board or should contact the Office of Student Conduct, Clark Administration Building, Lake Level by phone at (775) 784-4388 or email at studentconduct@unr.edu.