28 | P a g e D C B S t u d e n t H a n d b o o k Loss of Privileges: A denial of specified privileges for a designated period of time. Discretionary Sanctions: In an attempt to make disciplinary action fit the offense, other forms of action not listed here may be taken. They might include work assignments, written reprimands, required counseling, loss of employment, disqualifications, or residence hall suspension, or probation . Sanctions are described in the Residence Hall Handbook. Student Conduct Committee The Student Conduct Committee shall consist of the following members: two students appointed by the president of the Student Senate, two faculty members appointed by the president of the Academic Senate, and one staff member appointed by the Dean of the College. The Associate Dean for Academic and Student Affairs, or his/her designee, will be a member of the Committee and will Chair the Committee. Student Conduct Appeals Committee The Student Conduct Appeals Committee will consist of one student appointed by the President of the Student Senate, one faculty member appointed by the President of the Academic Senate, and one member of the College administration appointed by the Dean of the College. The Associate Dean for Student Affairs, or his/her designee may be on the Committee in a nonvoting, advisory role. Disciplinary Records All student’s disciplinary records are considered educational records and are therefore protected under FERPA, except as allowed by the 1998 Higher Education amendments.