On the left hand side of the screen you will see a variety of links to assist you in becoming more knowledgeable about our processes. Our goal is that make the process as transparent as possible so that students, complainants, victims, parents, witnesses and advisors are able to clearly understand how cases are handled. If you have any additional questions or need assistance filling out the forms correctly please feel free to contact our office at 361-825-6219.
Campus Carry - On June 13, 2015, Texas Governor Greg Abbott signed in to law Senate Bill 11, the campus concealed carry bill. Effective August 1, 2016, this authorizes a handgun license holder to carry a concealed handgun on the campus of an institution of higher education. After consulting with students, staff, and faculty through open forums regarding the nature of the student population, specific safety considerations, and the uniqueness of the campus environment, Texas A&M University–Corpus Christi adopted rules approved by The Texas A&M University System Board of Regents addressing the carying of concealed handguns by license holders on campus premises and areas where handguns are prohibited. The Office of the Associate Dean of Students, where judicial affairs is located, along with any location where a formal displinary hearing is taking place are restricted and individuals are not premitted to carry concealed handguns into these locations. Other restrictions exists as well. For more complete information, please refer to http://campuscarry.tamucc.edu/
Privacy - If you are not a student, but have questions about a particular case due to your involvement as a parent, guardian or advisor, please be aware that in most circumstances without a FERPA release we cannot legally share details about cases – past or present – with you. Students may file a FERPA release form at the Registrar's Office.
Distance Delivery Methods - Any student who does not currently reside in Corpus Christi at the time of their conduct proceeding may request meetings and/or hearings be held in a virtual medium to allow for their full and equal participation in the conduct process. The type of medium will be determined by the Student Conduct Officer and will be made in an attempt to provide as little alteration to the current conduct process as possible.
Students with Disabilities - Any student with a disability has the right to request reasonable accommodation in order to ensure their full and equal participation in the conduct process. Students wishing to request reasonable accommodations should make those requests directly to Disability Services (DS). Students do not have to disclose details regarding the conduct issue to SDS to request reasonable accommodation, except to the extent that it may assist in the determination of reasonable accommodations. Accommodations are determined on an individual basis by SDS staff in consultation with the Associate Dean of Students.
Student Leadership - The Office of Judicial Affairs also has a wonderful opportunity for students who are seeking opportunities to stand out from their peers as they enter the job market. The Student Conduct Board works closely with the Student Conduct Officer to administer the conduct process and help define what it means to be a responsible Islander. Participation in the program can assist students in heightening their leadership abilities, critical thinking skills, reasoning, logic and communication skills. In particular, participation can create experiences which can help students stand out in grad school, med school and law school applications or show future potential employers a high level of ethics and accountability. Applications are always being accepted and are available through the student resources link on the left.
If you have any questions at all about the Office of Judicial Affairs please do not hesitate to contact us. We wish you all the best in your pursuits here at Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi.