Did you get a “come see me” letter? Come see us first.
By living on campus and coming to this University, you have agreed to abide by the Student Code of Conduct. Students that are arrested or written up for violations such as underage drinking, smoking marijuana, or possession of a fake ID are sanctioned by the Office of Student Conduct! Students found guilty of these offenses can face punishments such as disciplinary probation, alcohol training classes, or can even be kicked off-campus (which requires parental notification).
Did you know that almost 1/3 of the students living on campus are currently under some type of disciplinary probation? If you get written up, remember that you are not the only one!
Know your rights! If you were recently written up by a Resident Assistant or a Resident
Director or received notification that you are being faced with judicial charges, meet with a student advocate first.
Student Advocates act as your attorney, guiding and advising you through the Judicial Affairs process. The Student Advocate program is conducted through the office of the Vice President for Academic Affairs. Every single one of the Student Advocates is an undergraduate student and have personally gone through the Code of Conduct violation process, we know how you feel! We can help you fight charges and/or explain the process to you.
E-mail email@example.com for more information or to set up an appointment. Everything is confidential.
Code of Student Conduct (http://www2.binghamton.edu/student-conduct/pdfs/rules.pdf)
Sanctioning Guidelines (http://www2.binghamton.edu/student-conduct/pdfs/sanction_guidelines_11-12-a.pdf)