Interested in J-Board?
Anyone wishing to report an alleged incident of behavioral misconduct may make such report, in writing, to university housing staff, university police, or the Dean of Students Office. There are four committees and several hearing officers that hear allegations of violations of university policy; one of those committees is the Housing and Residence Life Judicial Board (i.e. J-Board).
J-Board hears non-suspendable offenses of Residence Hall, Apartment Complex, or University policy that occur within the residence halls and apartment complexes. Following testimony from witnesses, J-Board carefully considers the violated policy and the facts of the incident. The members of the J-Board then find the resident(s) either in violation or not in violation of a policy and, if necessary, decide upon sanctions to recommend to the Vice President for Student Services. The Judicial Coordinator, Kari Brooks serves as the Advisor to the Board.
Being a member of J-Board:
-Teaches you leadership and great communications skills!
- Allows students to be active participants of the UCA campus community!
- Is a great way to meet people, with different backgrounds and cultures!
- Looks AWESOME on your resume!
- Is a great way to work side-by-side with a group of FUN and dedicated leaders on campus!!
Print the Judicial Board application here.
Qualifications for Judicial Board
1. Must live in UCA Housing (either residence hall or apartment).
2. Must be a full-time student (12 hours) at the time of your application.
3. May not have a pending judicial sanction or any serious prior judicial offenses.
4. Shall have and maintain at least a 2.00 cumulative GPA.
5. Must not be a member of any other judicial board (excluding Greek Judicial Board).
Being a member of the JB is a great way to get involved, meet people, and serve your community!
Phone: (501) 852-5235