The Undergraduate Judiciary Cabinet (UJC) is accepting applications

Do you want to truly make a difference on this campus? The Undergraduate Judiciary Cabinet (UJC) is accepting applications for driven and dedicated students to be new Justices. WHO should apply? *Anyone committed to upholding the Georgia Tech Code of Conduct and interested in being involved in the judicial branch of Student Government.

All majors are welcome to apply! WHAT is the UJC? *The Undergraduate Judiciary Cabinet is composed of eleven students: ten Justices and one Chief Justice. The Cabinet is the highest judicial board of the Georgia Tech Student Government Association and hears cases involving non-academic disciplinary charges. The UJC also hears cases involving violations filed against the Undergraduate Student Government. WHERE do I go for more information? *Go to for our guidebook as well as applications. WHEN do I need to turn my application in by? *Applications are due Friday , February 28th to the Office of Student Integrity (Attn: Sarah Graham) in the Flag Building by 4:00 PM . Interviews will be held Tuesday evening , March 3 rd , for which you must be available. If you are selected for an interview, you will be e-mailed about the specific time after all applications are received. WHY should I apply? *The UJC is an important and influential all-student board that affects the entire Institute. We are an integral part of the Office of Student Integrity and Student Government Association. Justices strive to uphold the honor, integrity, and expectations of the Institute while maintaining a vigilant concern for the rights of all students. HOW do I apply? *Simply complete the attached application (also available on our website) by 4:00pm Friday, February 28th. Contact Chief Justice Brandon Kearse at for any questions or concerns. Be a part of a prestigious group of leaders committed to making a difference at Georgia Tech!

Related posts