The Residential Life Student Conduct Board exists to provide students with the opportunity to be actively involved in the educational disciplinary process of the university. Through the Student Conduct Board, violations of Residential Life policies may be addressed by the peers of the person accused.
The Student Conduct Board’s missions statement is “to provide aid, set and uphold standards, educate residents, and promote community by displaying leadership for the good of all Residential Life.” – Written & adopted by the 2004-05 Student Conduct Board in January 2005
The functions of the Student Conduct Board are:
- To provide a peer level hearing body which is aware of and sensitive to the University’s disciplinary philosophy.
- To act as an extension of the Department of Residential Life in administering disciplinary due process at a level close to where the alleged violation originates.
- To educate students as to the responsibilities inherent in an on-campus community, including abiding by policies that are established for the safety and welfare of the community.
- To provide those students serving on the Student Conduct Board opportunity for leadership and service to the on-campus residential community and University.
If you are a current student and are interested in serving on the Student Conduct Board, review the required qualifications below and look for the call for applications in the beginning of the fall semester:
- Must live on-campus in a building operated by the Department of Residential Life
- Must be in ‘good standing’ with the university
- Must maintain a 2.5 cumulative GPA
- Must not be an RHA executive officer
- Must not be employed by the Department of Residential Life **Except as a Desk Assistant or Tour Guide.**
- Must be available for all training dates
- Must be available to meet weekly for hearings
- Applicants must be available to attend all training sessions
- Applicants must be available to attend Student Conduct Board hearings