The Review Board and Tribunal are responsible for the judicial functions within the jurisdiction of the Students’ Union. Students can apply to the Review Board to appeal SU decisions that they believe were unfair or in violation of the SU’s Constitution, Union Bylaw, policies, or procedures. The Tribunal has jurisdiction over decisions of the Review Board. A student who is dissatisfied with a decision of the Review Board can appeal to the Tribunal.

The Review Board consists of nine persons, at least five of whom must be current undergraduate students. The Tribunal consists of five persons, at least one of whom must be a current undergraduate student. Student members of the Review Board and Tribunal are appointed for two-year terms and serve with a minimal time commitment. Each body meets only when its chair receives an application.


Student members of the Review Board and Tribunal have the responsibility to do the following:

  • Attend meetings as called by the Chair;
  • Declare conflicts of interest;
  • Review applications;
  • Determine whether to hold a hearing on the basis of an application;
  • Participate in hearings;

Download the complete position description for full details.