Frequently Asked Questions
Q. Why am I on Judicial Hold?
A. Maybe a letter was sent to you from the Office of Judicial Affairs indicating a violation of the Student Code of Conduct.
Q. Which office do I go to since a judicial hold showed up on my registration notice on I-Rattler.
A. Contact the Office of Judicial Affairs.
Q. Who am I going to see when I get to that office?
A. You will see one of the Judicial Staff Members when you come to the Office of Judicial Affairs.
Q. Do I need to bring an attorney with me to my briefing?
A. No. An Information Briefing does not require an attorney, but if you choose to bring an attorney, they may sit in the Judicial Briefing, but may not speak for you.
Q. Can someone from your office speak with my parents about this matter?
A. Yes. If you give written, notarized authorization to the office to discuss the judicial matter with your parents or other individuals identified in the statement.
Q. Why was the letter sent to my home address?
A. The letter was sent to your home address because there is no local address for you on file with the University or because of the time in the semester in which the report was received of the alleged violation of the student code of conduct.