​The purpose of the first meeting with a Conduct Proceedings Officer (CPO) is to determine if a student has committed a violation listed in the Code of Student Rights, Responsibilities and Disciplinary Procedures Section 3.2 (Specific Regulations Concerning Student Conduct).


What you should expect during your CPO Meeting 

  • Introduction
  • CPO reads report provided by staff
  • Student states his/her case
  • CPO determines if a violation has occurred
  • CPO discusses possible sanctions, fines, and/or next steps

Possible outcomes of a meeting with a CPO

  • CPO determines Student is not in violation
  • Student admits violation
  • Student or CPO requests a Hearing