Judicial Board


MBU Code of Student Conduct (PDF)

All students who enroll at Mary Baldwin University agree to abide by the rules, regulations, and standards set down and published by the college. The college, in turn, will offer a degree to those who abide by the rules, regulations, and other requirements of the college and who meet the established standards, and will attempt, during the student’s tenure, to lend advice and support as solicited and/or as needed.

The Judicial Board is a student board made up of one Chairwoman and up to seven student representatives. Judicial Board positions are peer elected and filled through the Student Government Association elections or by Chairwoman appointment.  Members of the Judicial Board are held to the same Code standards as all Mary Baldwin students. The Judicial Board exists to educate students about the Code, investigate alleged violations of the Code and, depending on the nature and severity of the alleged Code violation, to determine student responsibility and impose sanctions.

The Judicial Pledge

As a Mary Baldwin University Student, I will respect myself and all members of the college community by upholding and supporting the Judicial Board Code of Student Conduct through my words, deeds, and actions.

Judicial Code (PDF)