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Saturday, May 08, 2021

UF's Student Honor Court could be cut next month if the Faculty Senate approves recommendations made by UF's Office of Student Affairs.

At a Senate meeting Thursday afternoon, Gene Zdziarski, UF dean of students, said many faculty members wanted more of a voice in academic-honesty cases.

The Student Honor Court holds hearings about alleged cheating and other student misconduct and makes recommendations to the Dean of Students.

In addition, Zdziarski recommended UF add a faculty member to its Greek Judicial Board.

The Faculty Senate will vote on the recommendations at its meeting in November.

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