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Undergraduate Conduct Board info session

Now accepting applications for the 2019-2020 Undergraduate Conduct Board (UCB)! The UCB is a pool of students, faculty and staff who are selected (students) or appointed (faculty/staff) to hear referred cases of potential violations of university policy by undergraduates. The Board has the ability to issue any sanction available through the undergraduate disciplinary process for a finding of responsibility, including suspension or expulsion. The Duke Community Standard (DCS) stresses the commitment that students share with all members of the community to enhance the climate for honesty, fairness, respect, and accountability at Duke University. Further, the DCS asks that students not only reflect on their own behavior, as important as that is, but that they also act to encourage the integrity of their peers.

Participation in the Undergraduate Conduct Board is one way for students to shape their environment so that it reflects the ideals expressed in the Duke Community Standard. Applications are open NOW for rising juniors/seniors in the classes of 2020 and 2021. Members are allowed to study abroad after they have been accepted, and may serve until they graduate.

Attend one of two optional information sessions:
Tuesday, February 19 at 8:30 PM in Brodhead Center 216
Wednesday, February 27 at 8:00 PM in Brodhead Center 216

Applications can be found online at and are open through Friday, March 1. Questions? Email

Contact: Valerie Glassman