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Office of Student Conduct & Conflict Resolution


Office of Student Conduct and Conflict Resolution

Tim Love - Assistant Dean of Students and OSCCR Director

The director of the OSCCR and senior conduct administrator for the University, Tim is a proud Rambler alum (B.A. 2003, J.D. 2013) and passionate advocate for justice and safety in the LUC community. In addition to working in Greek Life at Texas State University and teaching high school with Jesuit Volunteers International, Tim earned his M.S. in Student Affairs in Higher Education at Colorado State University (2008). Tim has also worked in various capacities for Loyola, including as a Student Life Assistant at the JFRC, Resident Director for Baumhart Hall, and of course in his current position in the OSCCR. Tim is deeply humbled and grateful for the opportunity to work with students during some of the most challenging times of their college careers. When he is not in the office, Tim is usually spending time with his family, working on his house in Edgewater, or enjoying some of the art, food, music, and culture that Chicago is known for.  

Dana Broadnax – OSCCR Coordinator

As a Coordinator in the Office of Student Conduct and Conflict Resolution, Ms. Broadnax serves as a Conduct Administrator, investigator, an advisor to the Student Community Board, a trained mediator, and a strong promoter of The Student Promise. Dana is passionate about her work in the OSCCR because it allows her the privilege to work with students through self-exploration, accountability, ethical decision-making, and examining their experience through a lens of Jesuit values and Restorative Justice. Ms. Broadnax's professional mission is to foster a citizenship of community trustees; thoughtful, ethical, and just leaders. She is a proud graduate from James Madison University in Virginia where she received two degrees,  B.B.A. in Computer Information Systems and M.Ed. in College Student Personnel Administration. When she's not in the office, Dana enjoys exploring Chicago's phenomenal music scene, road-trips, and learning new things.

Jessica Landis – OSCCR Coordinator

As Coordinator in the Office of Student Conduct and Conflict Resolution, Jessica serves as a conduct administrator and mediator, working with students to address conflict. She earned her B.A. from John Carroll University and M.A. from the University of Cincinnati. Before coming to Loyola, Jessica served as a mediator in the University of Cincinnati’s Office of the University Ombuds and later worked in Student Affairs at Case Western Reserve University with graduate business students, coordinating aspects of the student experience from orientation to graduation and everything in between. Jessica is passionate about student learning and development and committed to social justice. A native of Cleveland, Ohio, Jessica loves exploring all things Chicago!

Mary Rinaldi- Administrative Assistant

Mary Rinaldi is the administrative assistant to the OSCCR. If you need to pay a fine, have questions about your service hours, sanctions, dean's recommendation forms, the final review process, or any other matter regarding the conduct process, feel free to contact her. She can also assist in making appointments with hearing officers or the Dean of Students.





Ali Reimel – Graduate Assistant

Ali is the Graduate Assistant in the Office of Student Conduct and Conflict Resolution. In her role, she advises the Student Community Board, hears cases of the alleged student misconduct, and plans programs and events promoting The Student Promise. She is a Chicago-land native and graduated from DePaul University with a BA in Psychology and is currently seeking her M.Ed. in Higher Education here at Loyola. Previously, Ali worked for her sorority as leadership consultant, advising members, working with volunteers, and partnering with University administrators at schools all over the country. She is passionate about creating space for personal growth and reflection in each choice, as well as providing students with opportunities to live out Loyola’s Jesuit value.


Office of Student Conduct and Conflict Resolution · Division of Student Development
Centennial Forum Student Union 112 · 1032 W. Sheridan Road · Chicago, IL 60660 · 773.508.8890

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