Office of Student Conduct

Office of Student Conduct

The Office of Student Conduct contributes to the educational mission of the University and to support a safe environment conducive to learning excellence.

The Office of Student Conduct works collaboratively with Counseling Services, Case Management, Campus Police, Title IX, Human Resources, and Residence Life.  The Office is guided by the Restorative Justice Model which identifies the behavior, examines the impact of the behavior, and create a plan to address individual and community harm.

Responsibilities & Services
The Associate Director of Student Conduct is responsible for handling administrative matters to ensure effective and efficient functioning of the student conduct policies and procedures. The Associate Director coordinates Major Case Resolution Meetings, oversees the Conduct Policy Review Committee, serves as a Restorative Justice Conference Facilitator, and recruits and trains Student Conduct Board members. The Assistant Director of Student Conduct works with students and their advocates to resolve Minor and Major conduct cases.

Provides education on:

  • Hazing
  • Consent
  • Implicit Bias
  • Substance Use

Student Conduct Staff
Interim Associate Director of Student Conduct
Nick Gawlik