May 2, 2005
The Judical Board re-convened on May 1, 2005 to consider your failure to complete the sanction of community service as outlined in the April 4, 2005 letter. The Board wishes to communicate its extreme disappointment in your disregard for its most recent sanction related to your violations. While the Board understands that near the end of the first week of your required service you indicated that you became physically unable to perform manual labor, it is clear that you did not even make plans to complete the hours as you had not contacted Mr. Ginke this term.
The Board has decided that in place of the community service, $500 ($100 for each week of your previously sanctioned service) will be assessed to your student account. As the sanction is intended to be educational, the money will be designated for campus improvements that relate to compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act. Your original parking violations often inconvenienced campus community members with disabilities; therefore, the funds will be earmarked for their benefit.
In addition, you will continue to be on disciplinary probation for the remainder of the 2004-2005 academic year. Further violation of the social code shall result in a minimum penalty of suspension. If you have any questions, please contact Dean Truesdell or me. Sincerely,
Chair, Judicial Board
May 2, 2005