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Know Your Rights: Right to a Fair and Impartial Hearing

Know Your Rights

Students who find themselves facing academic probation, suspension or even expulsion have the right to a fair and impartial hearing. Their registration status also cannot be changed by the university until after a decision is reached.

UCF can never go as far as to abridge the rights of students. So whether you are seeking parking appeals, grade appeals or student conduct issues you can take solace in the nonpartisan nature of the process.

The full information concerning student’s right to a Fair and Impartial Hearing can be found in the Golden Rule Handbook under the section UCF-5.0006 (students rights and responsibilities)

For specific questions on what will happen if you are found in violation of Golden Rule you can contact the Office of Student Conduct.

A hard copy of Golden Rule Handbook and The Rules of Conduct can be found in the  Office of Student Conduct. For more information on your rights and to receive personal guidance through the student conduct process, be sure contact Ryan Kelly, SGA’s Attorney General, at

Remember Knight’s Know Their Rights. Stay informed!

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