Welcome to the Office of Judicial Affairs!
Our office is here to assist students, faculty, staff, and the campus community in keeping a safe and fair environment both inside and outside of the classroom. Judicial Affairs is the office on campus that is responsible for holding students accountable to the Student Conduct Code. This means handling a wide variety of student misconduct and disciplinary concerns, such as alcohol violations, theft, academic dishonesty, evictions from housing, and more. We engage in an educational process to ensure a fair resolution for violations.
In accordance with Executive Order 1098 and Title IX , as implemented through Executive Orders 1095 and 1097, Judicial Affairs investigates issues of student misconduct to determine if there has been a violation of the Student Conduct Code. If students are found responsible for a violation, students receive educational sanctions which can range anywhere from warnings to expulsion from the California State University system.
For information on how to report an incident of any nature please click on the “how to report an incident” tab on the left. Faculty should be sure to take a look at the required reporting procedures for academic integrity incidents.
We encourage you to explore our website and become familiar with our procedures to provide a fair and safe environment on campus. For additional information not found on our website or if you have specific questions, please feel free to contact us during business hours.