UW Regents wait till June for disciplinary decision
The University of Wisconsin Board of Regents will wait until June to decide whether to punish students for things they do off-campus. A board committee discussed the new policy Thursday.
And some people questioned a proposal to let students have lawyers speak for them during their disciplinary proceedings.
A UW Madison hearing examiner was among those raising concerns. They said the proceedings should be lessons in themselves, instead of being court-like confrontations.