Student Conduct Board Training
The initial training for all individuals who have applied to be a member of the Student Conduct Board consists of three interactive training sessions, currently being held via Zoom, with in person options available as well. These interactive training sessions include our Conduct Board 101, our Listening and Questioning Activity, and our Mock Hearing. Each applicant MUST participate in all three interactive training sessions to become an active member of the Student Conduct Board.
Additionally, there are two different Series of self-guided modules (the 100 Series and the 200 Series) on Canvas that you must go through with correlating quizzes that you must pass.
The 100 Series training modules, which should be completed after the conclusion of the 101, covers the topics of the Conduct Process, the Code of Conduct and Incident Reporting, and Panel Hearings. The 200 Series training modules, which should be completed after the conclusion of the Listening and Questioning Activity, covers Bias, Perception Awareness, Cultural Competency, High Risk Populations, Trauma-Informed Approach, and Sanctions.
Forgiveness Review Module:
If you are interested in serving as a Forgiveness Review Member, you must complete the 300 Series and pass the correlating quizzes. This self-guided module will educate the participant on the Forgiveness Request process and the best practices when reviewing a student's Forgiveness Request. This module focuses on the Principles of Restorative Justice and Student Development Best Practice Theory.
Conduct Advisor Module:
If you are interested in serving as a Conduct Advisor, you must complete the 300 Series and pass the correlating quizzes. This self-guided Canvas module will educate the participant on the role, the duties, and the responsibilities of a Conduct Advisor. This module will focus on reflection and self-advocacy in order for the participant to help guide their advisee through the conduct process.
TIX Advisor Training Module:
This 30-minute training module is hosted by Senior Associate General Counsel, as he talks through sexual misconduct, what happens during an investigation and a hearing, the role of an advisor, rules of decorum, and more. This role designation option is only available to Graduate students OR Faculty/Staff.
Continuous training sessions are offered through the Student Conduct Board Canvas page and the Student Conduct Training Institute. Board members are encouraged to engage in these opportunities.
Initial Student Conduct Board training is generally held at the beginning of each semester.