Syracuse University’s Office of Academic Affairs has hired a director for the University’s new Center for Teaching and Learning Excellence. Martha A. Kalnin Diede, who comes to Syracuse from Western Carolina University, has been appointed to the new post effective…
University Conduct Board Applications Open
The University Conduct Board (UCB) is currently accepting undergraduate and graduate student applications for the 2018-19 University Conduct Board.
The UCB has jurisdiction to hear and resolve cases involving students or student organizations charged with violating the Syracuse University Code of Student Conduct, except in cases involving academic dishonesty. The board provides an opportunity for students to serve the University community, develop lifelong skills in facilitating and resolving conflicts and promote civility and citizenship within the Syracuse University community.
Students on the UCB must be full-time undergraduate or graduate students at either Syracuse University or SUNY-ESF. Student board members go through an extensive training to then participate in conduct hearings regarding violations of the Code of Student Conduct.
Interested students are encouraged to find out more about the UCB, applicant requirements, board member expectations and the application process on the UCB webpage. Applications are accepted on an ongoing basis but should be submitted by Sunday, July 1, at 11:59 p.m.
Questions may be directed to the Office of Student Rights & Responsibilities at 315.443.3728 or Katie Newcomb.