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Embed code for: Administrative Hearing Sanction Ltr, SAUNDERS, Da'Jai10-3-16
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September 26, 2016
Ms. Da’Jai Saunders
Lincoln University, PA 19352
Your Administrative Hearing was held on September 21, 2016 to investigate the following alleged violations of Lincoln University’s Student Code of Conduct:
1.01 Underage Drinking
1.04 Consume/Possess alcohol
1.05 Public Intoxication
1.29 Disorderly Conduct
1.30 Any violation of State Law
It has been determined that you were Responsible for the above violations. Consequently, the following sanctions were imposed:
At the time of this Judicial Hearing, you had already served an Interim Suspension from the University and therefore, deemed “Time Served” (as a result of your Interim Suspension) to be a sufficient suspension sanction for you).
Community Service - You must complete twenty-five (25) hours of community service and attend the D.S.C.S. Program (Mandatory Orientation). Please visit the Student Support Services website at
http://www.lincoln.edu/departments/student-support-serviceshttp://www.lincoln.edu/departments/student-support-services and follow the link to Disciplinary Sanction Community Service Program. Follow the steps under Program Enrollment. Please complete before returning Fall 2016
You are to complete drug and alcohol educational counseling with Ms. Rachel Manson, Director of Counseling Services and Women’s Center (Wellness Center 222, 484.365.7244) by October 12, 2016. Please report within forty-eight (48) hours upon receipt of this letter.
Judicial Probation through Spring 2017
Failure to adhere to any of the above listed sanctions may result in your “expulsion” as a student at Lincoln University. Be mindful that an expulsion is placed on your permanent academic record. Please know that it is not our intent to solely punish you; but hopefully this experience will help you to understand the importance of rules and regulations on Lincoln University's campus.
According to the Code of Student Conduct, you have a right to appeal this decision (see Student Handbook, p. 54) to the Vice President of Student Affairs. However, appeals are not automatic and are only granted on three grounds: 1) the Student Conduct Board hearing was not conducted in accordance with prescribed procedures which resulted in significant prejudice to the appellant; 2) the sanction imposed was unreasonably harsh given the violation and 3) new information, sufficient to alter a decision, should be considered. An appeal based on new information will only be considered if the new information was not brought out in the original hearing because and was not known to the person appealing at the time of original Student Conduct Board hearing. If you have any questions, please call me at 484.365.7527.
Lenetta Raysha Lee, Ph.D
Associate Vice President for Student Affair and Dean of Students
cc: Dr. Edgar Berry, Interim Vice President for Student Affairs
Captain Ruth Evans-Waller, Public Safety
Captain James Connor, Public Safety
Dr. Marlayne Manley, Director of Student Support Services
Ms. Rachel Manson, Director of Counseling and Women’s Center
Ms. Tamia Davis, Residence Hall Coordinator
484.365.7527 ● Fax 484.365.8112
The Office of the Dean of Students
1570 Baltimore Pike, Lincoln University, PA 19352
(484) 365-8000 / www.lincoln.edu