Seeking Student Applicants for Student Disciplinary Committees

The Senate Committee on Student Discipline and the Office for Student Conflict Resolution are now seeking to fill vacant undergraduate and graduate student seats on the Subcommittee on Undergraduate Student Conduct (SUSC), the Subcommittee on Graduate Student Conduct (SGSC), and the Subcommittee on Sexual Misconduct (SSM).

Service on these committees is a challenging and satisfying way for students to enhance their academic experience.  In addition to the actual review of discipline cases, training activities help committee members enhance their abilities to organize time, develop critical thinking skills and to improve communication skills.  Some students who have served on the committee have achieved great success in law school and other professional careers.  Many students felt that their experience on the committee made a definite positive impact on their abilities to interview articulately and confidently.

The Subcommittees are a part of the student discipline system of the UIUC Senate and is responsible for reviewing charges of violations of the Student Code.

 Applications are available here.

 Applications will be accepted until Friday, March 4, 2016.

 Membership Criteria/Expectations:

Minimum qualifications of student members are:

  1. A student enrolled full-time at the UIUC campus,
  2. Approximately two full semesters still required for the degree,
  3. Good academic standing with at least a 2.5 grade point average.

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Justin Brown (justbrow@illinois.edu) or Danielle Morrison (daniemor@illinois.edu) with the Office for Student Conflict Resolution.