The Mission of Student Rights and Responsibilities:
Student Rights and Responsibilities educates for civic leadership, promotes equity and inclusion, pursues balance when harm occurs, and protects the welfare of the community and the individual.
We develop conflict competence through peaceful, restorative practices.
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Here are some examples of how students may come to interact with our office:
- They have been documented at a situation in which violations of college policy may have occurred
- They are seeking assistance to mitigate a conflict in their life (school, personal, social, etc)
- They would like to work with the student committee on improving college policies
- They are involved in an investigation related to college policy
- They would like to report potential policy violations that they have witnessed
Click here to view our student conduct flowchart.
Look for Student Rights and Responsibilities in the Student Life Briefing Book!