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Community Adjudication Board

The University Community Adjudication Board (CAB) shall be composed of willing members of the University student community.  The conditions of membership are:

  • Members shall be required to have and maintain a cumulative GPA of 2.3, be in good academic and disciplinary standing with the University, and have completed at least one semester of full time enrollment, and be currently enrolled, at George Mason University
  • Membership will be open to all classifications including graduate students and to students of all majors.
  • The CAB will be comprised of an appropriate number of Chairs appointed from its membership by the Director of Student Conduct or designee.
  • The remaining membership shall serve as CAB Panel Members.

The Director of Student Conduct or designee shall serve as advisor to the CAB. The advisor should sit with and advise the board at all hearings. CAB members must participate in training to ensure that they understand their duties, rights and obligations under the University Conduct of Student Code. The CAB is organized to provide the student community at George Mason University an opportunity to serve the University through the adjudication of cases of alleged violations of the University Conduct Code.

For more information about the Community Adjudication Board and to visit their website, click here.