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THE UNIVERSITY JUDICIARY COMMITTEE

The University Judiciary Committee is the student-run judiciary body of the University of Virginia and is authorized to investigate and adjudicate alleged violations of the University’s Standards of Conduct.

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The Committee consists of twenty-seven Representatives elected from the thirteen undergraduate and graduate schools of the University for one-year terms beginning April 1. Each school elects two Representatives, except for the College of Arts and Sciences which elects three. Representatives serve as judges during University Judiciary Committee trials and are responsible for committee policy and procedure.

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Recent Case Statistics

During the fall 2021 semester, the UJC adjudicated 12 cases. Of these, 7 were heard by the UJC and 5 were heard by the FYJC. One-half were related to University Covid-19 policies. In total, these cases involved 11 students and 2 student organizations. Both student organizations were FOA organizations, the University's designation for social Greek-letter fraternities and sororities. Among all cases, 5 were adjudicated via Hearing Panel rather than by trial. The UJC continues to hear cases regularly and additional statistics will be published again at the close of the spring 2022 semester. A nine-page report detailing all case data from the fall 2021 semester is available on the Statistics tab.

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CASES ADJUDICATED IN FALL 2021
17
STUDENTS INVOLVED
2
STUDENT ORGANIZATIONS INVOLVED

Overview

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Mission

The Committee serves to promote a community of respect, safety, and freedom at the University of Virginia.

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Student-Run

Rooted in student self-governance, the UJC affords students impartial trials with judges, counselors, investigators who are all students.

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Standards of Conduct

The UJC upholds the University Standards of Conduct which govern the behavior of all degree-seeking students at UVa.

FILE A REPORT

Anyone—including students, professors, and wider community members—may file a report against any degree-seeking UVa student or student organization for an alleged violation of the Standards of Conduct.

Standards of Conduct

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The Trial Process

Complainant FAQ

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WHO WE ARE
The UJC consists of 27 UJC Representatives, 12 FYJC Representatives, and more than 70 support officers who serve as Counselors, Investigators, and Educators.

Representatives

The Representatives serve as judges on each trial. They also elect a Chair and four Vice-Chairs from among themselves.

Investigators

The Investigators meet with both parties to compile an impartial record of facts before the trial.

Counselors

The Counselors serve as advocates for both accused and complainant parties during trial.

Educators

The Educators run outreach and educate the community about the UJC mission.

ACCUSED STUDENTS
Please see the Accused Student section located under the Student Resources tab for more information and resources. If your trial has been scheduled, your Counselor will be in touch shortly.

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