The Wofford College Judicial Commission governs cases in which students and organizations charged with violating the Code of Student Rights and Responsibilities appear. The Judicial System consists of both the Judicial Commission (non-academic violations) and the Honor Council (academic violations).
The Judicial Commission is comprised of 11 students, six of whom are elected and five who are appointed. These students must be held above reproach, bestowing the utmost respect to the system they serve and the code they uphold.
The Judicial System at Wofford ensures that student's rights are protected by maintaining the integrity of the processes and safeguards set forth in the Code.
For questions about the College's Judicial System, please contact the Dean of Students Roberta Hurley.