A Florida State disciplinary hearing into whether an alleged rape involving quarterback Jameis Winston violated the student conduct code has been scheduled for the week of Nov. 17, according to an attorney for the woman who made the allegation in December 2012.

"We have been advised by Florida State that the hearing on Mr. Winston's code of conduct violations for sexual assault will be held the week of the 17th of November," said John Clune, a Title IX attorney for the woman. "We have advised the school that we are available and will be ready to proceed."

Florida State spokeswoman Browning Brooks said she could not comment on the matter for privacy reasons. Winston's advisor, David Cornwell, was not immediately available for comment.

The Seminoles have a football game at the University of Miami on Nov. 15 and at home against Boston College on Nov. 22. Winston remains eligible to play.

Major Harding, a former Florida Supreme Court judge and its chief justice from 1998 to 2000, previously confirmed to USA TODAY Sports that he was retained to conduct the investigative hearing.

According to a letter FSU sent to Winston in October, Harding will use the same university procedures as internal hearing officers and panels.