1. What are my rights under the Baylor University Student Conduct Code?
You have the right to the process that is due in the Baylor University Student Conduct Code.
If you are found guilty for misconduct in a hearing, you have the right to appeal the decision regardless of the type of hearing. If you admit in the preliminary meeting, you may not appeal your own admittance.
If you are sanctioned (either after your admittance or after being found guilty in a hearing) you have the right to appeal any or all of the sanctions levied against you. In other words, regardless of how you are sanctioned, you have the right to appeal the sanctions.
2. What are my responsibilities under the Baylor University Student Conduct Code?
You are responsible for knowing the General Expectations for Baylor Students and for abiding by the policies and procedures of Baylor University.