Wilson Commons Student Activities

Center for Student Conflict Management - Conduct

Position Summary

The primary charge of the CSCM Conduct-GA is to provide thoughtful and creative support to the conduct system.  The CSCM Conduct-GA will also generally support the student disciplinary process by assisting referred students with questions or concerns about the process, meeting with students to discuss possible policy violations, and evaluating student responses about their participation in the system.

Essential Duties, Tasks, and Responsibilities

Student Conduct

Trainings, Programs, and Presentations


Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) Programs

Committee Work and Meetings

Time Commitment

10-12 hours per week including some evening and weekend events.  Term of position is August 1, 2015 – June 1, 2016, with possible reappointment.  The CSCM can be flexible with start and end dates if necessary.

Eligibility Requirements