Loyola University Chicago

Office of Student Conduct & Conflict Resolution

Student Life & Engagement

Conflict Resolution

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The Office of Student Conduct and Conflict Resolution (OSCCR) is committed to contributing to the overall growth and development of the Loyola University Chicago community. We offer a variety of tools for conflict resolution used to meet the unique needs of students, foster learning experiences, and restore peace to the Loyola community.

Conflict Coaching—We provide guidance to students about engaging in conflict more effectively.

Mediation—We serve as a third party, facilitating a structured session to resolve conflict and create a plan for moving forward.

Council—A session for a group that fosters open dialogue, honesty, and attentive listening.

Restorative Justice Conference—Process of dialogue with the intent of restoring relationships and repairing harm in a community.

Trainings & Workshops - OSCCR can offer trainings and workshops for student groups and organizations.

No! Our staff members can work with you individually to create a plan or work on skills to address conflict. If you do not want the other person involved, learn more about conflict coaching.

Come in for a private one-on-one meeting and we’ll help you figure that out! Fill out this request for assistance and someone will reach out to you.

Privacy is a crucial component of the OSCCR. All information shared through mediation or other conflict resolution services will be kept private, with two exceptions: 1) If there is mention of a serious violation of the Community Standards or law, a staff member would be required to act upon this information as appropriate and to ensure the safety of the community. 2) If a staff member becomes aware that someone may be in danger of serious, imminent harm, they would be required to address the situation as appropriate to ensure the safety of the community.

Privacy is a crucial component of the OSCCR. All information shared through mediation or other conflict resolution services will be kept private, with two exceptions: 1) If there is mention of a serious violation of the Community Standards or law, a staff member would be required to act upon this information as appropriate and to ensure the safety of the community. 2) If a staff member becomes aware that someone may be in danger of serious, imminent harm, they would be required to address the situation as appropriate to ensure the safety of the community.

Fill out this request for assistance and someone will reach out to you. You can also call 773-508-8890 or stop by the OSCCR on the third floor of Damen.