Student Conduct Committee

Committee Role

The Student Conduct Committee (SCC) is a hearing body comprised of faculty and students that review potential violations of the FIU Student Code of Conduct. The hearing body is one of the formal resolutions options available to students have their case resolved. This resolution option gives the student an opportunity to have their case heard by fellow members of the FIU community. During a hearing, the SCC comprises of one faculty/staff member and two students. In supporting the educational mission of the Office of Student Conduct and Conflict Resolution the SCC strives to redirect behavior, increase student awareness of behavioral expectations, and protect the rights of students involved in our process by providing a fundamentally fair process.


  • Uphold the FIU Student Code of Conduct
  • Provide a fundamentally fair process
  • Place a high priority on role as a SCC Member
  • Listen with an open-mind and consider all information with impartiality
  • Be able to make decisions that promote education, accountability, and community well-being
  • Maintain student confidentiality at all times
  • Attend in-services, training's, and assigned hearings throughout the year

Requirements for Student Representatives

Membership in the Student Conduct Committee is voluntary, but there are some minimum expectations by our office in order to be eligible.

  1. Have completed a minimum of one semester at FIU
  2. Be enrolled in a minimum of 6 credit hours for undergraduates or 5 credit hours for graduate students
  3. Be in good academic standing and good conduct standing with FIU
  4. Have a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.5
  5. Be available to serve on at least three hearings (3 hours each) a month

Requirements for Faculty/Staff Representatives

Any faculty/staff member employed by FIU is eligible to serve as a member of the Student Conduct Committee. Membership is voluntary but we expect those who are selected to demonstrate a commitment and dedication to the student conduct process.


All interested student applicants are required to complete the online application. Only completed applications will be contacted to move on to the next step. Applications are still available - apply today!

So I’m a member, now what?

Once you’ve gone through the application process and been invited to join the committee, there are a few important components of being a Student Conduct Committee member.

  1. Attend the initial training which is usually either one full day or two half days
  2. Fill out the Doodle that our office will send out with your availability
  3. Be available to sit on at least three hearings a month
  4. Attend the offered inservices throughout each semester
  5. Keep the contents of hearings confidential

This video of a mock hearing has some additional information about the student conduct process. We hope this helps you understand what it means to be a valued member of the Student Conduct Committee.



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