What are the responsibilities of the Judicial Board?

The Judicial Board rules on all questions of interpretation of the ASPSU Constitution. The Judicial Board also rules on appeals submitted by students. The Judicial Board annually reviews the operations of the ASPSU and makes recommendations for Constitutional amendments to the Constitution which would improve the effectiveness of the governance process.

The Judicial Board consists of a five Justices and one representative from the Student Senate. The President appoints the Justices and the Senate confirms them. One of the Justices is elected within the Judicial Board to chair. The Senate representative serves in an advisory capacity as a non-voting member.