Preparing for a Review Meeting
These are 9 steps you can take to make your Review Meeting as beneficial and streamlined as possible.
- Review the policy or policies that are identified in your Review Meeting Notification letter.
- Familiarize yourself with the Student Conduct Procedures. These procedures will help you understand what will happen in the review meeting.
- Refresh your memory on the facts of the incident, make notes if needed. You will be asked about timelines, conversations, decisions and details.
- Reflect upon the incident. You will be asked about what you have learned from the incident and what you think about it now.
- You may choose to prepare a written statement. If you choose to do this, a copy will be given to all students involved.
- Decide if you would like to bring a support person with you to the review meeting. Only certain types of incidents automatically allow you to bring a support person with you. See the Student Conduct Procedures Section IV. If you choose to bring a support person with you, please notify the Student Conduct Assistant as soon as possible.
- Decide if you would like to bring a witness (or witnesses) to the review meeting. Please review the Student Conduct Procedures Section VII. D. to learn how witnesses are used in the process. Character witnesses are not permitted.
- Decide for yourself whether or not you are responsible for violating PLU policy and be prepare to share your thoughts about this decision.
- Create a list of questions you have for the hearing body.