Student Justices are the individuals who have selected to act as voting members of the Conduct and Honor Court appeal system. Becoming a Student Justices is one of the highest honors a student may receive on the campus of High Point University. Student Justices are responsible for objectively adjudicating court cases and rendering appropriate and non-biased sanctions based on the standards set forth in the Guide to Campus Life. They are responsible for adjudicating court cases regarding policy violations of the Conduct Code and Honor Code.
Student Justices have the responsibility to vote and determine if a student is responsible or not responsible of a policy violation. In addition, if found responsible, justices will decide appropriate sanctions for the charge(s) that was presented before the board.
Student Conduct is always looking for new dedicated individuals that are interested in applying to becoming part of the great team. If you are interested in and met the below requirements, please download an application and drop a completed application off at the Office of Student Life (3rd floor of the Slane Center).
Justice Applications are due by Friday, February 24th at 5pm to the Office of Student Life, 3rd floor of the Slane Center.
- Candidates must be a student at High Point University. They must be in good academic standing at the time of the application and for the term of service. Candidates must have and maintain a minimum, cumulative GPA of 3.0.
- Completed at least one academic semester.
- Candidates are required to be in good disciplinary standing with the University. Having a disciplinary history with the University or department does not eliminate a candidate from consideration, but the nature of the incident(s) may have bearing. Candidates for the position cannot be on disciplinary probation.