Greek Judicial Board

UCA’s Greek Judicial Board has been established to conduct disciplinary hearings for violations involving Greek organizations. In collaboration with the Associate Dean & Director of Student Life, the Dean of Students assigns appropriate cases to the board. Decisions of the board are recommendations to the Dean of Students and the Vice President for Student Services, who will make the final decision regarding all university disciplinary concerns. 

Members of the Greek Judicial Board are selected through a written application and private interview with the Office of Student Life and Dean of Students. The Greek Judicial Board has at least ten (10) members of either junior or senior standing. The board shall consist of a minimum of three (3) members from IFC groups, three (3) members from Panhellenic groups, three (3) members from NPHC groups, and one (1) member from UGC groups.

A member of the Greek community may apply to the Greek Judicial Board if they meet the following qualifications:

  1. Full-time student status
  2. Minimum cumulative grade point average of 2.50
  3. An initiated member of a recognized Greek organization for at least one entire semester
  4. In good standing with the chapter
  5. In good standing with UCA, i.e., not under University disciplinary sanction.

Greek Judicial Board representatives are to:

  1. Serve for a full academic school year
  2. Maintain a minimum cumulative grade point average of 2.50 throughout the term of service.
  3. Remain in good standing with the chapter throughout the term of service.
  4. Remain in good standing with the University throughout the term of service.
  5. Have no more than two (2) absences from assigned hearings per semester. An unexcused absence can result in immediate dismissal from the board.
  6. Ineligible to hold membership on any other UCA student judicial board while serving on the Greek Judicial Board.
  7. May not participate in any hearing that involves their chapter. This includes serving on the board or representing their chapter.  
  8. Reply every Spring term if they are an active member and seek another opportunity to serve as a board member within the upcoming academic school year.