Office Forms

Alcohol Edu

  • As part of your sanction for violating the campus alcohol policy, you are required to complete the AlcoholEdu® for Sanctions program. Click here for complete instructions.

Authorized Work Sanction Locations

  • You must complete your hours at a site identified on this list and get the signature of a full-time staff person who supervised your work sanction. 

Work Sanction Supervision Form

  • Students must pick-up a copy of the work sanction supervision form before reporting to complete work sanction hours. This form can only be picked up from the Office of Student Conduct on the 5th Floor of the Leavey Center.

Reflection Paper/Education Sanction Approval Form

  • Click here to locate the Education Sanction Approval Form used when turning in Educational Projects/Classes, Reflection Papers and Referrals.

Judicial Hearing Board Student Membership Application

  • Click here to locate the Student Judicial Hearing Board application. Applications may be submitted as attachments via e-mail to studentconduct@georgetown.edu or submitted to the Office of Student Conduct on the 5th floor of the Leavey Center.

Requesting Student Discplinary Record

  • Click here to request a copy of your Discplinary Record. This form should be submitted to the Office of Student Conduct on the 5th floor of the Leavey Center. Records will be ready for pick-up within five (5) business days of submission.

Judicial Hearing Board By-Laws

  • Click here to view the complete Judicial Hearing Board By-Laws. For further questions, please speak with the Office of Student Conduct.

Appeals Cover Form

  • A decision reached by a Hearing Board or through Administrative Action may be appealed by the Respondent (or Complainant in Sexual Misconduct and/or Sexual Assault cases) to the Appeals Committee. A Respondent who requests an appeal is called the “appellant.” An appeal consists of a review of the written record and supporting documents based only on the grounds set forth below.   You must submit an Appeals Cover Form with your Statement of Appeal.
  • Grounds For Appeal
    • An appeal may seek review only on one or more of the following grounds:
      • Substantial Procedural Error: The specified procedural error or error in interpretation of University regulations may have substantially affected the hearing such that the Respondent was denied a fair hearing; or the error prevented the person taking Administrative Action from making a fair decision.
      • Information of a Substantive Nature: New, significant or relevant information becomes available that could not have been discovered by a properly diligent Respondent at the time of the original decision and that may have substantially affected the hearing or changed the outcome of the hearing.
      • Substantial Disproportionate Sanction: The sanction appears to be disproportionately severe to the level or nature of the offense or the student's prior record.
      • The decision of the Hearing Board or authorized administrator may be appealed to the Appeals Committee only once and the decision of the Appeals Committee is final.

Determination/Action By Appeals Committee

  • The Appeals Committee will review and consider all materials submitted to it as soon as reasonably possible and make its determination by majority vote.
  • Standard of Proof: The standard of proof rests on the appellant who must establish by presenting clear and convincing information that the original process or decision was substantially flawed.
  • Action by Appeals Committee: The following actions may be taken by the Appeals Committee:
    • affirm the finding of responsibility and the sanction imposed by the original board or administrator;
    • affirm the finding of responsibility and reduce the sanction; or
    • overturn the finding of the Hearing Board or administrator and return the matter to the Office of Student Conduct for action consistent with the Appeals Committee’s determination.
    • Notice of Determination: The Appeals Committee will provide a written explanation of its determination to the appellant. This determination is final and binding on all parties.

Note: A decision reached by a Hearing Board or through Administrative Action regarding a case of Sexual Misconduct or Sexual Assault may be appealed by the Complainant or Respondent.

Summer Session Appeals

  • If a summer system decision is appealed:
    • Administrative actions which impose sanctions other than barring from campus, active suspension, off-campus party restriction, or dismissal from University-owned housing or the University are held in abeyance, and the case will be scheduled for appeal as early as possible in the fall semester.
    • Administrative actions which include the sanctions of barring from campus, off-campus party restriction, active suspension, or dismissal from University-owed housing or the University shall go into effect as of the date of the Notice of Administrative Action and the appeal shall be scheduled for review by the Appeals Committee as soon as reasonably possible. Cases can only be appealed once.

Sanctions Held In Abeyance

  • Any sanctions imposed by the Hearing Board or through Administrative Action are held in abeyance until the deadline for submission of a Statement of Appeal has passed. Once a student has submitted a Statement of Appeal, his/her sanction(s) will continue to be held in abeyance pending final appeal decision outcome.

Note: Sanctions are NOT held in abeyance for the following circumstances:

  • Emergency Administrative Actions;
  • Off-Campus Party Restrictions;
  • Certain sanctions imposed under the summer system (see Code of Student Conduct)

Note: A decision reached by a Hearing Board or through Administrative Action regarding a case of Sexual Misconduct or Sexual Assault may be appealed by the Complainant or Respondent.