The Millsaps Student Conduct System is not intended to mirror that of any court system. The policies and procedures used are not meant to resemble those in the criminal process. There is a fundamental difference in the nature of student discipline and that of criminal law. Student discipline is meant to maintain a positive living and learning environment. The process is designed to help students make positive choices for themselves, choosing self-responsibility instead of submitting to peer-pressure, and to challenge them to accept responsibility for any negative choices.
Student Conduct Council
The Student Conduct Council is composed of 11 voting members. Members are appointed as follows: two faculty members appointed by the Senior Vice President & Dean of the College with the approval of the President and 9 student members chosen through a selection process with the Director of Campus Life and the Student Body Association. The Student Conduct Council has partial jurisdiction over student disciplinary cases.
Student Conduct Council for 2009-2010