|According to Article IV of the SGA Constitution, the
purpose of the Judicial Branch of the Student Government
Association shall be to provide fair and just treatment
relating to cases involving either violation of university
regulations or infringements upon students’ rights over
which it has authority from the university; to recommend
appropriate measures for those found guilty.
In all cases, due process shall be observed.
The Judiciary of East Tennessee State University, in conjunction with the Student Government Association, shall consist of the following components:
The Student Court is comprised of the SGA Chief Justice, appointed by the SGA President, and 7 associate justices. It shall have original jurisdiction in all cases involving the Student Government Constitution or Code of Laws and violations thereof, campus organizations, student elections and any other cases deemed appropriate by the Assistant Dean of Students.