Why Join the Student Conduct Board?
Become an integral part of the University’s student conduct process by joining the Student Conduct Board. We are looking for volunteers who are capable of making a positive impact at Drew and are looking for a meaningful and rewarding experience. As an engaged member of the Student Conduct Board, you will have the opportunity to:
- Support the University by upholding standards of conduct
- Assist in making decisions that protect our community
- Contribute to the development of responsible student behavior
- Collaborate with members of the University in a dynamic setting
- Enhance your critical-thinking skills
The Role of the Student Conduct Board
A Student Conduct Board Hearing is comprised of two students and one staff member. The board is led by a convener, typically the Director of Student Conduct and Community Standards. During a hearing, the board is responsible for reviewing reports of policy violations, discussing the complaint and alleged conduct with involved parties, determining whether a student has violated student conduct policies, and imposing sanctions when a policy violation has been committed.
Members of the the Student Conduct Board will be provided with comprehensive training on student conduct policies and practices. Members must agree to strict standards of confidentiality and are expected to promote justice and fairness throughout the process.
Please contact Matthew McMahon, Director of Student Conduct and Community Standards, for more information on becoming a member or if you have any questions.