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Conduct Board Member
Student Conduct Board Members are empowered through the associate vice president for Student Affairs and dean of students, to hear alleged violations of the NIU Student Code of Conduct, determine if a violation occurred, based on the preponderance of the evidence standard, and impose sanctions as appropriate. Becomming a board member is a great leadership opportunity, which will provide you with experience in critical and analytical thinking skills and conflict resolution. Becoming a board member is easy, simply complete the application and the Student Conduct office will provide you the training you need to serve. Service on the Student Conduct Board is open to all students who have at least a 2.0 GPA, are in good academic and student conduct standing. New Freshman and Transfer students are eligible to serve on the student conduct board.
Faculty members interested in serving on the Conduct Board should speak with their faculty senate representative or supervisor.
Staff members interested in serving on the Conduct Board should speak with their supervisor.
Conduct System Advisor
Student conduct system advisors are volunteer, students faculty and staff who have a desire to assist students through the conduct process. Advisors can assist accused students or victims throughout the conduct process. Advisors provide their advisee information about the conduct process and may provide advice about options presented to involved students. Advisors may not speak on behalf of their advisee. Advisors are provided training by Student Conduct.
Faculty or staff members interested in serving as a conduct system advisor should speak with their supervisor and once you receive approval, complete the above application.
Staff members interested in serving as a student conduct advisor should speak with their supervisor.
Anyone who would like more information can contact the Student Conduct office at 815-753-1571, email firstname.lastname@example.org or stop by the Student Conduct office, Campus Life Building 280 .