Joint Government Operations Committee To Hear Biggest Changes to UTK Student Code of Conduct in 40 Years

Category: State Issues

UT President DiPietro

The University of Tennessee’s flagship campus in Knoxville is poised to make significant changes to its student code of conduct for the first time since the 1970s, pending the approval of the state legislature’s Joint Government Operations Committee which will hear the rule on Wednesday, August 16.  For more information on the decades-old Code of Conduct and why it needs improving, click here to read The Tennessean’s latest article.

The hearing begins at 9 am CST and can be viewed live here.