The Hate Speech Working Group of the Codes & Judicial Committee is charged with engaging the Campus Community to draft specific language proposals for the Codes & Judicial Committee’s consideration in regards to Hate Speech and its relationship to the Campus Code of Conduct. Such proposals may include new draft language for the Committee’s consideration, draft language for the modification of an existing Code provision (such as harassment or similar), a proposal of no action, or other proposals that the Working Group reasonably believes will advance the discussion of this topic including analysis of the benefits and drawbacks of proposed language, how they have defined the scope of Hate Speech, etc.

Public Forums

  • PUBLIC FORUM #1: Information Gathering Forum

    Friday, March 9, 2018 3:00PM - 5:00PM 142 Goldwin Smith Hall AND Wednesday, March 14, 2018 12:00PM - 2:00PM Room TBD

  • PUBLIC FORUM #2: “Workshopping” Ideas about Changes to Campus Code of Conduct.

    We will continue gathering information at this forum. We will also begin “workshopping” ideas for changes that may be needed in the Campus Code of Conduct or other Cornell policies. Wednesday, April 11, 12:00-2:00 PM, Room TBD and Friday, April 13, 3:00 – 5:00 PM, in 165 McGraw Hall.

  • PUBLIC FORUM #3: Public Comment on Draft Proposals

    We will present and seek comments on draft proposals for possible changes to the Campus Code of Conduct and/or other Cornell policies. These proposals may include amendments to the Code, clarifying interpretations of the Code, or changes to enforcement measures. Friday, April 27, 3:00 – 5:00 PM in 142 Goldwin Smith Hall. and Monday, April 30, 12:00 – 2:00 PM in 105 Space Sciences Building.

Student-Elected Trustee Election (Undergraduate Student) - Spring 2021

Cornell is one of relatively few institutions in the nation to allow students to directly elect representatives to its highest governing body. In alternating years with the graduate and professional students, and undergraduate will be elected by fellow students to serve as a full voting member on the Board of Trustees.

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Spring 2021 Student Assembly Election

The Student Assembly holds regularly-scheduled elections twice a year; this spring election will include twenty-five students who will represent the undergraduate student body by holding at-large, undergraduate college and identity-based seats, along with two elected Undergraduate Representatives to the University Assembly.

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