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Guide for Advisors in the Student Conduct Process


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The Oklahoma State University Student Code of Conduct stipulates that a student may select an advisor to advise him/her during student conduct proceedings. The following information is intended to inform advisors of their role in OSU’s student conduct process.


[1] See Nash v. Auburn Univ., 812 F.2d 665 (11th Cir. 1987) (holding that “student disciplinary hearings follow flexible rules and need not conform to formal rules of evidence”); Boykins v. Fairchild Bd. of Educ., 492 F.2d 697, 701 (5th Cir. 1974); Wasson v. Trowbridge, 382 F.2d 807, 812 (2d Cir. 1967).