Judicial Peer Advisory Council (JPAC)

Overview

The Judicial Peer Advisory Council (JPAC) is a group of students who hear cases of possible Standard of Conduct violations. During a JPAC hearing, a panel of 2-3 JPAC justices and a graduate assistant will listen to an accused student give his or her side of the story, and ask questions to help the justices decide if the student is responsible for violating the code of conduct and if so the appropriate sanctions.

Becoming JPAC Justice

JPAC looks for new members during the Spring Semester.

JPAC Justice Requirements:

  • Full-Time Student status (at least 12 hours of MU course work)
  • Minimum 2.5 GPA
  • Availability to attend at least one hearing night per month (hearings are held 2 to 3 evening during the week)
  • Attend a personal interview and pass a disciplinary check