Conflict Resolution and Student Conduct Services


Conflict Resolution Services
Assistance provided to students for any issue and to faculty and staff on matters with students.
Advice and referrals: problem solving assistance.
Coaching: skills and mentoring to help people solve conflicts on their own.
Mediation: facilitated conversation between willing parties who are in conflict.
Skills training on various conflict management and anger management topics, which could include conflict management, anger management, interpersonal communication, restorative justice, academic dishonesty, and disruptive student behavior.
Student Consultation Committee
Committee that is convened when an incident involving a student occurs that could cause harm to the student, other students, staff, faculty, or the community. The team recommends and initiates responses that provide for the well-being, safety, and respect of those involved.
Advising of Student Peer Conduct Boards
Provide oversight and guidance to the ASCSU Supreme Court and the Greek Standards Board. The Supreme Court hears university-level discipline appeals, assists with Greek Standards Board appeals, and conducts discipline hearings for Sport Clubs and student organizations. The Greek Standards Board conducts hearings with chapters that may have violated Greek Life or University policy.
Pre-Admission Hearings
Meetings conducted with students who have had criminal convictions and/or disciplinary suspensions or expulsions in the past. The purpose is to ascertain that if the student attended CSU that s/he would not be a threat to him/herself or other members of the campus community.
Academic Integrity
Services provided to faculty and students on issues involving academic integrity.
Conduct Hearings
Disciplinary hearings conducted with students when the Student Code of Conduct has been allegedly violated. The purpose is to hold students accountable for their actions, support them as they overcome mistakes, promote character development, and help them be successful as students.
Restorative Justice Program
Innovative process that brings students who cause harm together face-to-face with those they harmed. The process fosters dialogue that results in repairing of harm, healing for those involved, and restoring relationships.
Outcomes and Education
DAY Programs: specific programs designed for students' individual level of risk related to substance abuse. Visit for more information.
Party Partners: educational workshops for students that address responsible partying and local ordinances.
Skill-building workshops: classes for students that address a variety of topics, such as decision making, anger management, and interpersonal communication.
Process that a student may initiate following the outcome of a disciplinary/conduct hearing.


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