The person spoke to The Associated Press Monday on condition of anonymity because the university has not released any details about the hearing.
AP has reported that Florida State originally scheduled the hearing the week of Nov. 17, then changed it after Winston family adviser David Cornwell requested a delay.
The Heisman-winning quarterback is facing a hearing to determine whether he violated four sections of the code of conduct - two for sexual misconduct and two for endangerment. A former female student said he assaulted her in December 2012.
FSU finishes the regular season Nov. 29 and plays in the ACC title game Dec. 6.