DARTMOUTH COLLEGE

Committee on Standards / Organizational Adjudication Committee
Student Application
There are a total of twenty-four students on the Committee on Standards (COS) / Organizational Adjudication
Committee (OAC). Twelve students are elected each spring by the student body. In addition, the Dean of the
College appoints twelve students annually.
Student members must be sophomores, juniors, or seniors who have not been previously suspended from the
College and cannot be on College Probation during their terms of service. Additionally, students cannot be on
Academic Probation. Students in the community who are on leave terms but are in the Hanover area are eligible to
serve. More information can be found in the green pages of the current Student Handbook.
All COS/OAC meetings are held on Monday and Thursday afternoons beginning at 2:00pm and often extend into
the early evening. Applicants must be available on one of these two days during their terms of service. Students
may be asked to serve up to 6 times per term. All students appointed to the COS/OAC are required to attend one
training session prior to serving on a Committee panel.
Applications are available on our website <http://www.dartmouth.edu/~uja/>. Applications must be
dropped off at our office or emailed to Undergraduate.Judicial.Affairs@Dartmouth.edu before Monday,
September 23, 2013.
Name: _____________________________________ Class: __________
ID #: __________________________________ Major:__________
Hinman Box: __________________ Phone: ________________________
Contact Address (if not Hinman Box):_____________________________________________________

Please indicate your D-Plan: _____ Fall _____Winter _____Spring _____Summer
(R=resident, L=leave term, etc.)
Are you available on Monday and/or Thursday afternoons beginning at 2:00pm (and able to stay until the
hearing is complete)? _____ Yes _____ No (If no, please explain)
Explain briefly why you are interested in serving on the Committee on Standards / Organizational
Adjudication Committee:
Please attach a copy of your résumé if you have one. A résumé is not a required part of the application.
Please give the recommendation form below to a member of the College faculty or administration that
knows you well can serve as a reference. This person should be able to comment on your interests and
activities, your academic record, and your ability to maintain confidentiality and to serve impartially on
the Committee(s).
Reference: ____________________________________ Phone: ___________________________
Updated 7/17/2013
DARTMOUTH COLLEGE
Committee on Standards / Organizational Adjudication Committee
Reference Form
________________________________________________ is applying for a position on the Committee
on Standards / Organizational Adjudication Committee and has identified you as a reference. In order for
the Dean of the College to make the best decision from among the applicants, your comments would be
appreciated.
The requirements for the position are that a student be in good academic and disciplinary standing, have
sophomore, junior, or senior status, and be available on Mondays and/or Thursdays beginning at 2:00pm.
If you have any questions, please contact the Undergraduate Judicial Affairs Office at 646-3482. This
reference must be emailed to Undergraduate.Judicial.Affairs@Dartmouth.edu, mailed to our office at HB
6020, before Monday, September 23, 2013. Thank you in advance for your time.
Please provide a brief statement about the student using these bullet points to guide your comments.
• How do you know the student?
• How does this student work in groups?
• Do you think the student could be an impartial hearing board member?
• Do you think this student will be able to balance COS/OAC time commitments with his/her
academics?
• Do you think that this student can maintain confidentiality?
Date: ___________________
Signature: ___________________________________________
Updated 7/17/2013

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