The Judicial Affairs office seeks to educate students about the consequences of their behaviors by holding students accountable for the choices that they make. The office also seeks to encourage community development by implementing preventive programming and addressing violations of community standards and college policies.
The judicial system at SUNY Delhi is educational and progressive. We use education to provide students with an understanding of the consequences of their choices and behaviors. Oftentimes, educational sanctions are implemented to help students learn from their behavior in order to make better decisions in the future. The educational sanctions include workshops, community service, judicial educator modules, and counseling among others.
Students cannot succeed academically or socially if they do not feel safe and secure in their environment, and it is the responsibility of the College to impose sanctions and limits upon those who threaten the tranquility of the campus and safety of others. The judicial system is progressive in that students who continue to violate college policy, regardless of the severity, are held accountable for their choices and may be removed from the College community if deemed necessary.
Judicial Affairs is administered by the Director of Judicial Affairs often in collaboration with the Residence Life staff and University Police. If you have any questions regarding these rules, always feel free to speak with the Director of Judicial Affairs, LouAnn Matthews-Babcock in the Office of Judicial Affairs or via email, email@example.com.
Director of Judicial Affairs
130 Bush Hall
9:00 am - 5:00 pm