To have a charge filed no more than six months after the alleged misconduct occurred or should reasonably have been discovered. In cases involving an alleged hate crime or physical assault, to have a charge filed no more than two years after the alleged misconduct occurred. If compelling new evidence becomes available after these stated times, a case may be charged since a Panel maintains the ultimate authority to dismiss or allow a case.
University judicial policy applies year-round to all on campus activities, and to any acts that threaten the safety and integrity of the university community regardless of where such acts occur.
"Any acts that threaten the safety and integrity of the university community regardless of where such acts occur" will be interpreted as those acts meeting each of these criteria:
Note that nothing in this amendment diminishes the university's ability to place an immediate Administrative Hold on an individual student immediately removing the student from campus and suspending all student privileges for reasons relating to the safety or health of the student or the Stanford community or to safeguard the integrity of the institution.
(Charter Amendments adopted January 28, 2008)