Office of Judicial Affairs

About Us

The Office of Student Judicial Affairs administers the student disciplinary system at Alabama State University, investigating and adjudicating alleged incidents of student misconduct and academic dishonesty. The office enforces the University Code of Student Conduct, Traffic Violations, the Academic Integrity Policy and educates the University community about community standards, student rights & responsibility and other ethical issues.

Division of Student Affairs & Enrollment Management- Student Judicial Affairs & Support Services

1055 Tullibody Drive- Suite C119

Montgomery, Alabama 36104

Phone Number: 334-229-4241

Office Hours: 8:00 A.M.- 5:00 P.M.


To guide ASU students in creating a safe, inclusive, holistic, developmental and academic centered space that exudes behaviors that are in alignment with the University's Codes of Community Standard/Conduct.


The Office of Student Judicial Affairs, in the same manner as SA, is to use student behavioral theory, research, national standards and best practices, to strengthen some of our current standards, while re-evaluating and re-structuring areas for tailored growth.


The Office of Student Judicial Affairs aims are to support students through the conduct philosophy of:

  • Education
  • Rehabilitation/Restorative Justice
  • Punitive/Punishment

University Misconduct and Student Support Services:

Housing and Residence Life Misconduct; General University Infractions; Organizational/Fraternity and Sorority Misconduct; Academic Integrity; Traffic Appeals; University Excuses; Disciplinary/Dean of Discipline Clearances


G. Derrick Bell Interim Judicial Affairs Officer 334-229-4834

Report a Violation

If this is an emergency, call 9-1-1 immediately! From a University phone, obtain an outside line and dial 9-1-1. ASU Public Safety 334-229-4400 /4717

Violence Against Wo(men) Program- Confidential Crisis Line 334-229-6767

Title IX Coordinator- Dr. Linwood Whitten  334-229-4713. lwhitten@alasu.edu



Online Incident Reporting Form