The Office of Conflict Resolution & Civic Responsibility offers some of the best professional development opportunities and a great forum to make meaningful contributions to the University. Our office welcomes the active participation of students, faculty, and staff in our student conduct processes.
Available Volunteer Positions:
Student Conduct Board Member
Student, faculty and staff members who hear student conduct cases, decide whether or not the referred party is in-violation of the Community Rights & Responsibilities, and decide on an appropriate sanction if applicable. All Student Conduct Boards function under the supervision of an professional staff member of the Office of Conflict Resolution & Civic Responsibility.
Student, faculty, and staff members who facilitate a restorative justice practice to resolved conduct cases. Certain code violations lend themselves to a meeting with the University Community Accountability Board (UCAB). Student, faculty, and staff facilitators work with referred parties and those individuals impacted by the referred student’s behavior. These meetings culminate in the creation of an agreement by which the referred party can right the wrongs they committed when violating the Community Rights & Responsibilities.
If you would like to volunteer for one of the above positions visit MyInvolvement.org
to fill out an application. Once at the site, go to Conflict Resolution & Civic Responsibility > Forms > Conduct Board Application.
Faculty & Staff
If you would like to volunteer for one of the above positions, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.