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Office of Student Conduct
The Office of Student Conduct manages the disciplinary and conduct process, promoting students' rights and responsibilities and upholding behavioral expectations and community standards.
News & Updates:
We are excited to announce that we are currently accepting applications for Conduct Board Positions!
The Office of Student Conduct is currently recruiting students, faculty and staff to apply to the Landmark Student Conduct Board. The Board investigates issues of alleged misconduct and works collaboratively to determine the assessment of responsibility and then recommend the assignment of appropriate educational sanctioning.
We are looking for people who are dedicated to upholding college policy and fostering the growth of both individuals and the community as a whole.
Applicants should have integrity, be fair, dependable, mature, be in good standing with the college, and possess the qualities of a leader.
The selection process involves two parts, first all interested students, staff and faculty will need to complete the online application detailing their interests and qualifications. Applications are due by Friday, February 4th,2011. In Part two, applicants will be invited to an informational interview between the dates of February 9th-11th where they will get the opportunity to meet with the Director of the Program. to learn more about the responsibilities of the position.
Newly selected board members will receive extensive training on the student conduct procedures of the College and on improving skills in listening, questioning, and decision-making. Board members will be given an opportunity to practice these skills and to observe and participate in mock hearings prior to serving on an actual case.
Board members must attend all training sessions. Student board members are also expected to arrange their schedule to be available to serve on a hearing boards approximately once a month. Most hearings last between 1.5 and 4 hours.
If you have any questions, please contact Dean of Students Michael Luciani, 802.387.6714, email@example.com