Going to Conduct Board alone and unaware can be intimidating. Help students through the process by applying to become a Student conduct Advisor!
What is a Student Conduct Advisor?
Student Conduct Advisors (SCAs) provide their peers with counseling towards upcoming conduct hearings and act as trained advisors at the hearings.
What are the qualifications of SCAs?
A Student Conduct Advisor must be a full-time student in good academic standing (minimum 2.5 grade point average). S/he should be knowledgeable about College policies and have good communication skills. In order to serve as a SCA, a student must be in good conduct standing (e.g., not currently on disciplinary probation).
What are the responsibilities of SCAs?
SCAs must attend training at the beginning of each semester, keep information pertaining to all cases confidential, know and understand College policies and conduct processes, meet with their assigned advisees prior to conduct hearings to explain conduct procedures, and attend conduct hearings with their advisees if requested.
To apply, please stop by the Student Conduct office in Campus Center 150. Applications for fall acceptance are due September 23 and for spring acceptance applications are due December 1.