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Get Involved

Serve your campus community, build leadership skills and meet people equally passionate about UCR. Participate in the student conduct process.

This page is for students, but faculty and staff can get involved, too.

Priority for review will be given to applications submitted by Week 3: Monday, April 17 at 8 AM.
References do not need to be submitted by the deadline, but should be submitted as soon as possible, preferable no later than the time of interview.

Application Link:
https://highlanderlink.ucr.edu/organization/SCAIP/availableforms

To Apply, fill out either forms from the link above:
2017 - APPLY to be a Student Committee Member!
or
2017 - APPLY to be a Student Conduct Committee Chair & Member!

Volunteer as a Student Conduct Committee Member

Full-time undergraduate and graduate students may serve on:

  • The Academic Integrity Committee (AIC) The AIC hears cases of alleged academic misconduct.
  • The Student Conduct Committee (SCC) The SCC hears cases of alleged social misconduct.

Benefits 

  • Have a direct impact on the lives of your peers.
  • Boost your resume.
  • Gain skills transferable to future employment including: communication, analytical reasoning and policy analysis.
  • Network with fellow campus leaders.

Time Commitment

  • Members serve for one academic year (typically fall quarter until the end of spring quarter).
  • Members can also serve during summer quarter (if available for training in June).
  • Time commitments vary. Hearings may be scheduled Monday through Friday, from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. You must be available for about a three-hour block of time, one or two days per week.
  • You may be scheduled between one to six hearings per quarter.
  • Hearing times vary depending on case complexity.

Training

  • You must attend one day of training over the summer or during zero week (the first week of fall quarter). Additional quarterly special topics training may be required.

Apply

  • Any full-time undergraduate or graduate UCR student may apply.
  • This is a volunteer, unpaid leadership position.
  • Applications are only accepted during spring quarter.
  • Submit letters of recommendations to Student Conduct and Academic Integrity Programs in Costo Hall 111. (See application for details).
  • After your application is reviewed, you will be contacted for an interview and go through an approval process.
  • If you have questions, please email us at conduct@ucr.edu.
  • Apply to be a committee member.

Work as a Student Conduct Committee Chair

Full-time undergraduate and graduate students may chair:

  • The Student Conduct Committee (SCC) The SCC hears cases of alleged social misconduct.

Benefits 

  • Earn up to $11.50/hour for up to 19.5 hours per week of service.
  • Have a direct impact on the lives of your peers.
  • Boost your resume.
  • Gain skills transferable to future employment including: communication, analytical reasoning, policy analysis, facilitation and mediation
  • Network with fellow campus leaders.

Time Commitment

  • Chairs serve for one academic year, typically from the end of spring quarter (or September, depending on availability) to the end of the next spring quarter.
  • Chairs run hearings once or twice per week, for about two to four hours, between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m., Monday through Friday. The time per hearing varies depending on the complexity of the case being heard. You must be available for about a three-hour block of time, one or two days per week.
  • Chairs also serve as committee members for hearings a couple of times per quarter. You must maintain availability for those instances as well.
  • Chairs also work additional office hours to bring their weekly total to 10-15 hours (this includes hearings, letter-writing, special projects and programmatic outreach, etc.).

Training

  • You must attend one day of training over the summer or during zero week (the first week of fall quarter). Additional quarterly special topics training may be required.

Apply

  • Any full-time undergraduate or graduate UCR student may apply.
  • Applications are only accepted during spring quarter.
  • Submit letters of recommendations to Student Conduct and Academic Integrity Programs in Costo Hall 111. (See application for details).
  • After your application is reviewed, you will be contacted for an interview and go through an approval process.
  • If you have questions, please email us at conduct@ucr.edu.
  • Apply to be a committee chair.


More Information

General Campus Information

University of California, Riverside
900 University Ave.
Riverside, CA92521
Tel: (951) 827-1012

Department Information

Student Conduct and Academic Integrity Programs
111 Costo Hall

Tel: (951) 827-4208
Fax: (951) 827-7849
E-mail: conduct@ucr.edu

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