According to the Indiana University Code of Student Rights, Reponsibilites, and Conduct, members of the Student Conduct Code Review Board, along with students provided by the Bloomington campus student body president and graduate and professional student moderator, may be selected by the Vice Provost for Faculty and Academic Affairs or Vice Provost for Undergraduate Education to create a Campus Review Board.
This occurs during the third step of the disciplinary process, after the initial finding of misconduct is appealed and a unit hearing board issues a decision. Then, if the student or the faculty member believes that a procedural error occurred at the unit hearing board that was serious enough to prevent the board's full and fair consideration of a misconduct finding or academic sanction, he or she may file a written appeal with the Office of the Vice Provost for Faculty and Academic Affairs (graduate student cases) or the Vice Provost for Undergraduate Education (undergraduate student cases) within ten days. If the Vice Provost cannot resolve the matter by talking to the student/ faculty member and the presiding officer of the unit hearing board, a Campus Review Board appointed by the Vice Provost reviews the record.
A Campus Review Board must consist of five members, including three members of the faculty and two students. The board must not include any faculty or students from the department in which the misconduct allegedly occurred. The presiding officer of the board is appointed by the Vice Provost and must be a member of the faculty. The Vice Provost for Faculty and Academic Affairs and Vice Provost for Undergraduate Education will establish the procedures for Campus Review Board hearings, which must be consistent with the General Principles in these Procedures.
The steps of the Student Disciplinary Procedures may be found on the Indiana University Code of Student Rights, Responsibilites, and Conduct website, linked below.