A Student whom the Hearing Panel has determined to have violated the Code shall have the right to appeal to the Dean the adverse ruling by the Hearing Panel. Such appeal must be made within fourteen (14) calendar days of date that notice and service of the Committee’s judgment was provided to the student as set forth in Article 10 of the Code.
If the student desires additional time to prepare an appeal, he/she must make a written request to the Dean within the same 14-day period. The Dean may, within his/her sole discretion, grant such additional time for appeal.
With respect to the finding(s) and sanction(s) determined by the Hearing Panel, the Dean may alter any portion of the Hearing Panel’s findings or sanctions should the Dean determine that any determination made or sanction imposed by the Hearing Panel was not supported by substantial evidence.
An accused student who enters into a voluntary plea agreement with the Hearing Panel or the Academic Integrity Committee is not entitled to appeal the entry of the plea agreement or any of the conditions set forth therein.ne that any determination made or sanction imposed by the Hearing Panel was not supported by substantial evidence.