Student Application for the Student Conduct Committee

As a member of the Student Conduct Committee, you will:
-Serve on a committee which hears student conduct cases in which suspension or expulsion from the university for conduct reasons is a possibility.
-Committee members are expected to attend a variety of training sessions in preparation for service. A general orientation covering the legal and procedural issues regarding student conduct is the first session. Specialized training sessions covering topics such as sexual misconduct, student organizations, alcohol and drugs, and a mock hearing are also provided. Some trainings are offered online.
 
Time commitment:
-The length of committee hearings will vary in range, usually from 1.5 hours to 5 hours. These are scheduled during the week, usually beginning in the morning or early afternoon.
-Training is approximately six hours total between online trainings and in-person sessions.
 
For more information, visit Student Conduct's website.

* 1. Contact Information

* 2. Please provide your CWID:

* 3. Explain why you would like to serve on the Student Conduct Committee.

* 4. Tell us about a time you had to make a difficult decision. Explain how you made the decision and how the decision impacted you.

* 5. Please list any organizations in which you are a member and if you serve in a leadership role:

* 6. By selecting the first choice below, you give Student Conduct permission to check your conduct history. If you select the second option, Student Conduct cannot check your conduct history which could impact your application outcome.

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