Organization of Committee

The Review Committee shall be organized in accordance with the following rules: The Review Committee is comprised of 27 to 31 members. Each college shall be represented by 2 teachers elected by its entire faculty and shall recommend another 2 alternates (one male and the other female). Meanwhile, the Student Union shall designate 1 student from each college as a representative of his/her college. The number of teachers who are not concurrently holding administrative posts shall not be less than half the entire members. Either sex shall represent no less than one third of the entire members. Also, the principal shall select and appoint at most four specialists in the field of law, education and psychology as the Review Committee members. If a student with special needs appeals, the school should hire special education scholars or specialists to comprise the Student Appeal Review Committee.

  • The list of the aforementioned teacher and student representatives shall be submitted to the Office of Student Affairs no later than June 30th each year.
  • Members of the Student Rewards and Disciplinary Committee or personnel in charge of deciding and investigating student rewards and punishments shall not serve as members of the Review Committee.
  • The position of the Review Committee member is unpaid. The term of membership is one-year. Each member is entitled to serve unlimited terms if re-elected. The Dean of the Student Affairs shall serve as the convener of the 1st meeting of the Review Committee for the new academic year, where the presiding chairman shall be elected by and among the participants of the Review Committee. The presiding chairman shall then convene subsequent meetings for the rest of the academic year.

Functions of Committee

A Student, the Student Union and other student self-ruling related organizations (hereinafter referred to as the Appealer) may make an appeal against a disciplinary sanction, other resolutions or decisions to the Review Committee under the Procedures where it is alleged that the disciplinary sanction, other resolutions or decisions involved were inappropriate for the violations or violate the University’s Rules and Regulations.

The students mentioned in the preceding paragraph must maintain a valid student status when a disciplinary sanction, other resolutions or decisions are taken to him/her by the University.