All-University Judiciary Committee


All University Judiciary (AUJ)

The All University Judiciary hears cases in which a serious violation of the Conduct Code may result in suspension or expulsion from the University. AUJ may also hear cases of minor nature which have been referred by the Office of Judicial Affairs. The AUJ hears cases in boards of five persons each, at least two of whom are students. The AUJ makes its recommendation to the Dean of Students.

The All University Judiciary is appointed by the President. AUJ is composed of the following:


  • Ten faculty members nominated by the members of the University community or the Faculty Senate,
  • Five staff members nominated by the Vice President for Student Affairs,
  • Five graduate students nominated by the Graduate Student Senate, and
  • Ten students nominated by the Government of the Student Body.

In addition to a Chairperson from the faculty/staff membership, two faculty/staff and two students, selected randomly and based on availability from the 30-member All University Judiciary, constitute a Hearing Board for each case.

AUJ Hearing Format

The AUJ hearing is a formal meeting designated to follow a certain order and format. An general outline of the AUJ hearing is available on this website.


For more information related to the All-University Judiciary Hearing as outlined in the Student Disciplinary Regulations, please review Section 5.6.4.