The Residence Hall Conduct Board
Board members are carefully selected for their concern for the welfare of the fellow students and maturity to exercise judgement in a logical and educational manner. The ideal board is representative of every residence hall and the residential population on the UC campus. Members are trained to be sensitive to the development of their peers and the ethical dilemmas that come along with this kind of work.
- Be a current student residing in the UC residence halls.
- Be in good academic standing (above 2.0 cumulative GPA) and have no recent conduct history (within the past calendar year).
- Participate in and complete training sessions to develop various interview, listening, and decision making skills. These training sessions will occur right before fall semester classes begin, and periodically throughout the academic year.
- Meet as a member of the Residence Hall Conduct Board on a weekly basis for regular conduct meetings.
The Residence Hall Conduct Board meets one to two times a week for no more than three hours each time to hear various residence hall conduct cases. The Residence Hall Conduct Board has jurisdiction over any registered UC student who allegedly violates rules and regulations on residential property. If you are interested in becoming a member of the Residence Hall Conduct Board, please contact the Coordinator of Student Conduct Systems (Ashleigh Wade, x3100, firstname.lastname@example.org).
The Role of a Procedural Advocate in the Utica College Community
If a student, rather than the College, has filed a complaint against a student, both the responding student and the complaining student are entitled to a Procedural Advocate. Procedural Advocates may be any member of the Utica College community (except staff from the Office of Counseling & Student Development and the Office of Residence Life).
Being a Procedural Advocate
If you will be serving as a Procedural Advocate, you are expected to attend all scheduled meetings and any training sessions for which you are given advance notice, or meet with the Coordinator of Student Conduct Systems prior to serving.
A Procedural Advocate is expected to maintain the confidential nature of the conduct process, especially in terms of any information shared and/or discussed throughout the process. If information is knowingly revealed, the Coordinator of Student Conduct Systems reserves the right to remove the person from the Procedural Advocate role and take conduct action.
If you are interested in serving as a Procedural Advocate, please contact the Coordinator of Student Conduct Systems (Ashleigh Wade, x3100, email@example.com).