CAB Application


Comprised of those who successfully complete the application process, members must maintain a cumulative GPA of 2.3 and remain in good academic and disciplinary standing with the University. Undergraduate applicants must have completed at least one semester of full-time enrollment (15 credit hours), and be currently enrolled, at George Mason University. Graduate applicants must have completed at least one semester, and be currently enrolled, at George Mason University. All of these requirements must be met at the time of application. Board members will participate in one formal training session each semester to ensure an understanding of their purpose, roles, and responsibilities. Additional training will be offered throughout the academic year and at monthly meetings. These trainings are designed to continue the development of skills and abilities necessary to resolve allegations of misconduct fairly and appropriately.

The Application Process

A resume and cover letter must be submitted to the Office of Student Conduct (SUB I, suite 4100) to apply for membership.  Please be sure your cover letter discusses your desire to be a part of the Community Adjudication Board, what you identify as the purpose of CAB, and why you believe CAB is important for the university community. You can submit your resume and cover letter electronically by using the form below. You will receive a confirmation e-mail once your application has been received and reviewed. Interviews will take place after applications have been reviewed. As part of the interview process you will be discussing potential responses to a case study; a sample case study is provided below for your review. Students selected for the CAB will be expected to participate in a mandatory training.

If you have any questions about the CAB or the application process, please do not hesitate to contact Hortense Rascoe at Review the following case study prior to your interview:    CAB Case Study  To apply for the CAB, please submit a resume and cover letter to Documents should be in PDF or Microsoft Word document format