Frequently Asked Questions
Due to the spread of COVID-19, the Office of Judicial Affairs continues to operate remotely, as we support our students and the University community. We will provide regular updates and are happy to answer any additional questions that may not be addressed on this page. If you need further assistance, feel free to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org .
- Is Judicial Affairs still open?
- My Conduct Case is still open and unresolved. What will happen?
We are continuing to address open cases. Preliminary meetings and hearings are conducted by phone and/or Zoom Video Conferences. We appreciate your patience as we adjust our processes to meet changing circumstances.Back to Top
- I did not have an opportunity to complete my sanctions. What should I do?
Please email email@example.com to inquire about the status of your sanction agreement. Students will be provided an extension for sanction deadlines and will be assigned a modified sanction, in lieu of community service. If you can, continue to work diligently to complete your sanctions on time. Judicial Holds will not be lifted until ALL sanctions are completed.Back to Top
- I have a Judicial Hold (JD) on my account. What should I do?
- I called the main telephone number (256) 372-5616, but no one answered. What should
The best way to contact our office is by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also reach
Ms. Shelly Walker at (256) 372-8164 and/or Dr. Kyla Pitcher (Interim Vice President for Student Affairs and University Conduct Officer) at cell: (256) 924-1537. If you don't get an answer on the office or cell phone, we ask that you leave a voicemail with the following information: (1) your full name, (2) your student A#, (3) a callback number, and, (4) the reason for your call. However, the best way to contact someone in the office is at email@example.comBack to Top