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Office of Student Conduct & Conflict Resolution

Student Community Board

What does the Student Community Board do?

Students on the board will seek to fulfill The Student Promise and should possess/exhibit an understanding of community standards, a mature sense of self-awareness, an excellent ability to reason and a desire to help others. Members must be able to deal with highly confidential information and are expected to:

The Student Community Board (SCB) is a group of undergraduate students who are selected by the Office of Student Conduct & Conflict Resolution to hear cases of alleged misconduct within the Loyola community on a peer to peer level.  The Student Community Board supports and cares for the Loyola community and the student population by demonstrating balance between peer accountability, educating students, and truly taking an interest in and advocating for students and their concerns as they relate to the conduct process. SCB strives to create a fair and open environment for students involved in the conduct process where students can emerge confident that they have been heard and taken seriously by their peers. SCB also provides opportunities for students to learn and grow from any incident(s) that lead them to the Office of Student Conduct and Conflict Resolution.

What can I expect at a Student Community Board hearing?

Hearings with the Student Community Board are very similar to normal administrative hearings. First, you will be greeted by five members of the SCB, who will take a few minutes to introduce themselves and get to know you. Then, we will ask to hear your perspective on the incident in question, and will likely ask you questions to better understand the situation. Once you have discussed your perspective on the incident, you will be provided with a copy of the incident report submitted to the Office of Student Conduct and Conflict Resolution. We will give you time to look over the incident report, answer any questions you might have, address any issues, and ask further questions about the incident. There will then be a break so that we can take some time to deliberate - during this time, you will be asked to wait in CFSU or Rambler Room until deliberation is over. After coming to a decision regarding your responsibility in the incident, we will also inform you of any sanctions that have been assigned to you. After that, you're free to go! The Office of Student Conduct and Conflict Resolution will send you a decision letter via email, which will also provide details and deadlines for sanctions (if applicable).

Who is on the Student Community Board?

Student Community Board members are all current, full-time undergraduate students at Loyola who are involved in various clubs, organizations and experiences on campus. Meet our current SCB members below. If you are interested in applying to be a member on the Student Community Board, click HERE for information and instructions.

 NameMajorYear

Sravani

Psychology/Spanish Senior

Aly

Political Science/Criminial Justice/Islamic World Studies Senior

Anthony

History/Secondary Education Senior

Marcus

International Studies/ Psychology

Senior

Jeremy

Biology/Biostatistics/Bioethics Senior

Janelle

Health Systems Management Senior

Kait

Anthropology/Communication/Womens and Gender Studies

Junior

Alex

Economics/Political Science Junior

Laken

Psychology/Criminal Justice/Spanish Junior

Marie

Accounting Junior

Gabby

Biology/Bioethics Sophomore

Connor

Political Science/ Urban Studies Sophomore

Jakub

Accounting Sophomore

Kurtis

Biology Sophomore

Melanie

Marketing/ Advertising/Public Relations Sophomore

Grace

Psychology/Criminal Justice/Criminology Sophomore

Jeremiah

Sociology/History Sophomore

Dante

Psychology/Philosophy Sophomore

 

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Office of Student Conduct and Conflict Resolution · Division of Student Development
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