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Conduct roles and responsibilities

Residential Life and Student Conduct have collaborated to create a student-lead conduct process for residential communities. To give you an idea of how you can anticipate spending your time, the following are some of the time commitments inherent to the positions:

  • Provide oversight of the Student Conduct Board to ensure a consistent process that strives to educate students
  • Provide education to students through Board Hearings. Their discussions and sanctions should allow the student to consider the impact of their behavior on the greater University community
  • Train and advise 10 undergraduate student board members on two Student Conduct Boards
  • Provide leadership to boards to effectively weigh evidence to meet the Clear and Convincing Standard and to recommend appropriate educational sanctions that are both in-line with University standards and meet the individual student’s education needs
  • Maintain records to be used in on-going assessment of the program and provide feedback for continued improvement
  • Utilize Maxient, the student conduct database management system, for all Student Conduct records

Last Updated: 1/27/17