Student Conduct Board

The purpose of the SCB is to create a peer led body that will be empowered to resolve cases of alleged violations of the University Rules of Student Conduct which are listed in the Roosevelt University Student Handbook. SCB hearings will consist of three members drawn from the pool of eligible student board members. Upon review of a case, the board makes a determination as to whether or not a policy violation has occurred and decides what, if any sanctions are to be imposed. Sanctions range from a Disciplinary Warning up to and including Expulsion from the University

Eligibility Criteria

In order to serve as a member of the University Student Conduct Board you must be:

  • A currently enrolled undergraduate or graduate student in good conduct standing with the University
  • You must have a cumulative GPA of 2.5 or higher in order to be eligible to apply
  • Applicants must abide by the University Student Code of Conduct, and all other policies as outlined by Roosevelt University in the Student Handbook.
  • You must be have the ability to work with others, demonstrate sensitivity to and respect for others, have an openness to differences, a strong sense of impartiality and objectivity, and the ability to maintain strict confidentiality of all conduct information

Student Conduct Board Member Expectations

The following are expectations required to remain in good standing as a Student Conduct Board Member. These are subject to change at the discretion of Office of Student Rights and Responsibilities.

  • Attend and participate in regularly scheduled board meetings (2-­‐3 meetings permonth).
  • Review confidential materials thoroughly and prepare open-­‐ended questions to beasked during the hearing.
  • Approach each case with the perspective that the charged student has done nothing wrong, unless you are persuaded otherwise by the information presented during the hearing.
  • Engage in meaningful and constructive discussion regarding the facts of the case when the hearing has concluded.
  • Be creative, thoughtful and constructive in your assignments of educational outcomes.
  • Remain mindful of your peer role as well as the educational function and mission of the University.

Apply To Become A Member Of The Student Conduct Board

Applications are accepted on a rolling basis. If you’re interested in applying please e-mail for additional details.