The Student Conduct Program went through a self-study and review process during the 2010-11 academic year. This page serves as a clearinghouse for this review and provides copies of the self-study, the review team's final report, a response to the final report, as well as concluding thoughts from the vice-president for student affairs.
Questions regarding the Student Conduct Program review may be directed to:
Student Conduct Program Self-Study
The short version of the Student Conduct Program (SCP) self-study can be found HERE.
In addition, a completed version of the Council for the Advancement of Standards in Higher Education Self-Assessment Guide for Student Conduct Programs can be found HERE.
Review Team's Final Report
In the spring of 2011, a review team consisting of the following members conducted a thorough review of the Student Conduct Program:
- Cyril Afeku '13, Student-at-Large Representative
- Chris Bair '97, Facilities Management Environmental & Safety Coordinator
- Erin Hurley, Associate Professor & Head Swimming Coach
- Courtney Sheehan '11, SGA Representative
- Rebecca Stuhr, Associate Professor & Collection Development and Preservation Librarian
- Val Vetter, Coordinator of Peace Studies
- Sentwali Bakari, Dean of Students, Drake University
- Jim Hoppe, Dean of Students, Macalester College
The review was conducted April 24‐26, 2011. On Sunday evening, the review team met briefly with Vice-President for Student Affairs W. Houston Dougharty, Travis Greene, and Michael Sims; on Monday the team met with faculty, staff, and students involved with Student Conduct and Student Activities; Tuesday morning the team had individual follow‐up sessions with Travis Greene, Michael Sims and W. Houston Dougharty.
For the Student Conduct Program, the charge of the review team was to review existing protocols and procedures as it related to addressing student behavioral issues through various forms of student conduct procedures.
A copy of the review team's final report - including observations, commendations, and recommendations - can be found HERE.
Response to Review Team's Final Report
Once the review team's final report was submitted to W. Houston Dougharty, Vice-President for Student Affairs, the report was sent sent to department/program heads (Travis Greene - for Student Conduct; Michael Sims - for Student Activities and Campus Center Operations) for review and comment.
A copy of the response to the review team's report, submitted by Dean of Students Travis Greene, can be found HERE.
Final Thoughts from the Vice-President for Student Affairs
This report summarizes what steps will occur during the 2011-12 academic year as a result of the recommendations made by the review team.