Students can appeal the decision of any judicial hearing. An appeal may be filed if and only if a university policy or a university regulation has been violated, or if the student’s due process rights have been violated.
An appeal may be made for one or more of the following purposes:
The Judicial System of Tuskegee University is regulated by confidentiality requirements of the Family Education Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 (FERPA) as amended. The unauthorized disclosure of the student’s confidential information is prohibited under this act.
Students should contact the Office of Judicial Affairs by calling 334-727-8613 or 334.727-8026 for assistance and information regarding the University Judicial System and related procedures. The judicial affairs officer/counselor will explain the procedures to be followed for making a response to allegations of violation of the Codes of Conduct.