Boards and Committees
The Discipline Board of Review (DBOR) is composed of the Dean of Students (Chair), the Associate Dean of Students and one student appointed by the Dean of Students. The DBOR may approve, reject or modify decisions of student organization dicipline by the Discipline Review Team (DRT).
Please contact the Dean of Students Office at 512.245.2124 if you are interested in serving on the Discipline Board of Review.
The Environmental Service Committee (ESC) strives to make positive changes to the physical environment at Texas State University and in the greater San Marcos area. The ESC distributes funds collected from the Environmental Service Fee to start or continue environmental improvement projects.
This committee has successfully supported many events and programs ranging from river clean-ups and bike to school/work days to a campus-wide recycling program. For more information about these and other projects, visit the ESC Projects Web page. The best way to get your environmental concern or project addressed by the committee is to complete the application to request funds. The committee meets every other week during the fall and spring semesters and the public is invited.
Please explore this website to find out what the Environmental Service Committee is all about!
The Honor Code Council is a group made up of a minimum of 14 trained faculty members, two from each college, except the University College and the Graduate College. The Council also includeds 14 trained students represeting at lease five colleges. The Faculty Senate appoints the faculty representatives to serve three-year renewable terms with two appointees designated as chair and vice chair. On an annual basis, the Associated Student Government (Senate and House) appoints the undergraduate and graduate representatives, with approval by the Vice President for Student Affairs. The Honor Code Council hears violations of the Honor Code if a student rejects the instructor's decision and requests a hearing, or if it is a student's second violation of the Honor Code. Please review the University Policy and Procedures Statement for more information.
The DHRL Peer Student Conduct Board is a group of students who attempt to achieve a suitable living environment in campus housing while affording individual students maximum personal freedom within community standards. A judicial meeting with the Peer Student Conduct Board fosters an atmosphere of respect for the rights of others, responsibility for one's actions, and encourages self-discipline and community accountability.
Board members must participate in all training sessions, commit to and attend a majority of Peer Student Conduct Board cases, participate in all facets of the Peer Student Conduct Board hearing and make decisions that are fair and based on the information presented during the hearing. Members are also expected to keep the information discussed and gathered during the hearing confidential.
If you are interested in serving on the board, contact the Department of Housing and Residential Life at 512.245.4663.
At the beginning of each fall semester, the Dean of Students appoints an at-large hearing board composed of student members and hearing officers. Student members must be in good academic and disciplinary standing. The board hears appeals of the student judicial process.
If you are interesting in becoming a student member of the Student Justice Hearing Board, please contact the Dean of Students Office at 512.245.2124.