Become a Part of the Campus Judicial Board

Calling all students! Are you looking for a way to get more involved on campus that puts your best critical-thinking skills to use? Are you looking for ways to be an important part of the university community? Apply to become a member of the Campus Judicial Board for the 2019–2020 academic year.

The Office of Community Standards is looking for students to participate in the Campus Judicial Board for the 2019-2020 Academic Year. The Campus Judicial Board is composed entirely of members of the Illinois Tech community. The board meets on a regular basis to adjudicate student disciplinary cases regarding alleged violations of the Illinois Tech Code of Conduct and is advised by the Office of Community Standards and the Office of the Dean of Students.

Campus Judicial Board members must be able to complete the following:

  • Participate in Campus Judicial Board Training once a year to better understand the conduct process within the university and how to conduct oneself in a Campus Judicial Board meeting.
  • Be available to participate in Campus Judicial Board meetings throughout the semester. The time commitment (average 2–10 hours) per month is dependent on the case load.
  • Be available to participate in Title IX Training once a year.
  • Complete the Campus Judicial Board “Acknowledgment of Responsibilities.”

More information regarding the Campus Judicial Board and its role in the disciplinary process is available in the Illinois Tech Student Handbook, pages 40–42.

If you’re interested in joining the board or just learning more, fill out the interest form here. The first round of interests will be closing on Friday, March 15. Have a question about the board or disciplinary process? Contact Assistant Director of Community Standards Raul Fernandez at