The Student Conduct Board is a peer-level hearing body for students at Johns Hopkins University. The board is composed of students, faculty, and staff and is chaired by a student. It meets during the year as needed and is responsible for hearing conduct involving alleged violations of university policy. The board also enables students to have a voice in their community and helps to promote a sense of responsibility and citizenship across the university and beyond.
The application deadline is midnight on March 27; apply on Hopkins Groups.