The Carolina Judicial Council consists of a group of students that
serve on hearing panels in disciplinary cases. Students undergo weekly
intense training in such matters as statement analysis, kinesics,
hearing decorum, and University policy. Members are expected to maintain the
strictest confidentiality in regards to all cases.
Members of the Carolina Judicial Council are also expected to set the
standards of behavior for University students, as well as contribute to
the education of students who come before them in hearings.
Council members serve as resources for students and are opinion
leaders on campus. As ambassadors for the University, council members
should always seek to personify the principles and ideals embodied in
the Carolinian Creed.