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Honor Code Council (Provost/VPAA)

Dr. David Wiley, Professor, Education, Faculty Representative, Chair

Ms. Paige Bishop, Fine Arts and Communications, Faculty Representative
Dr. Rachell Booth, Science, Faculty Representative
Dr. Albert Dietz, Applied Arts, Faculty Representative
Dr. Celeste Domsch, Health Professions, Faculty Representative
Dr. Cynthia Gonzales, Fine Arts and Communications, Faculty Representative
Dr. Marilyn Goodwin, Education, Faculty Representative
Dr. John McLaren, Applied Arts, Faculty Representative
Dr. John Mogab, Professor, McCoy College of Business Administration, Faculty Representative
Dr. Sarah Nelson, Education, Faculty Representative
Dr. Victoria Smith, Liberal Arts, Faculty Representative
Dr. David Snyder, Science, Faculty Representative
Dr. Robert Wainner, Health Professions, Faculty Representative
Dr. Dwight Watson, Liberal Arts, Faculty Representative
Dr. Gail Zank, McCoy College of Business Administration, Faculty Representative

Student Members:
Mr. Cody Bench, Student Representative
Ms. Kaylee Bishop, Student Representative
Ms. Breanna Campbell, Student Representative
Ms. Vanessa Cortez, Student Representative
Mr. Cody DeSalvo, Student Representative
Ms. Jennifer Evans, Student Representative
Ms. Monica Fezuk, Student Representative
Mr. Gabriel Garcia, Student Representative
Ms. Kelsey Olson, Student Representative
Mr. Edward Perez, Student Representative
Ms. Megan Trexler, Student Representative
Ms. Kasey Treybig, Student Representative
Mr. Drake VanDuker, Student Representative
Ms. Kaysey White, Student Representative
Mr. Karlton Wilson, Student Representative
Ms. Tiffany Young, Student Representative

Function:
The Honor Code Council is comprised of equal numbers of faculty and students (up to seven each) who hear cases of academic and disciplinary penalties associated with academic dishonesty cases. The Honor Code Council will consider evidence offered by both parties and may ask for additional information from each party. It will then render its recommendations to the dean where the alleged Honor Code violation occurred in cases of academic penalties or to an officer within student affairs in cases of disciplinary actions.