I have been called as a witness in a disciplinary hearing, what does this mean?
Witnesses are called to provide testimony regarding student disciplinary cases. Individuals called as witnesses will be asked to give a brief statement regarding their involvement in the situation. They may be asked questions by the hearing panel, the charged student and the person who filed the charge of misconduct. Individuals serving as witnesses are typically required to be present at the hearing. However, witnesses may participate via telephone due to extenuating circumstances if approved by the Coordinator (or designee). The time required for your attendance varies on the number of people involved and the extent of information.