Information for Students

Any student who is placed on Disciplinary Probation may elect to participate in the Community Re-engagement (CoRe) Program. 

This voluntary, self-directed program allows students who have made a serious conduct violation to demonstrate they have reflected on their behavior and become a more productive, engaged member of the campus community. 

Students who successfully complete this restorative justice program will end their Disciplinary Probation early. 

To get started, please complete the CoRe Program Interest & Enrollment Form.

If you're eligible to participate, you'll receive an email with a link to your CoRe application. You'll be able to add and save information in the application throughout the three-month program.

We also recommend you review the CoRe Instructions for Students.

When you complete the application, your CoRe mentor and your Residence Hall Director or Apartment Coordinator will receive emails prompting them to complete their portions of the application. You'll receive an email once your application is complete.

Completed applications are reviewed by the CoRe committee on the first business day of each month during the fall and spring semesters. You will receive a decision via email from Community Standards within seven business days of your application's review.


Information for Mentors

Mentors should review the CoRe Mentorship FAQ Sheet.



Please contact [email protected].