Wednesday, April 02, 2014

In this edition of Training in Ten we begin our series on better understanding the student conduct process.  In part 1 of this series, Student Affairs professionals Dr. Carrie Whittier, Suzette Walden Cole and Brian Tenclinger, Renaissance Louisiana State, talk through both the mission and purpose of a conduct office on a college campus, how a campus conduct process differs from an outside legal process, and whether parents or lawyers can be present and participate in the conduct process. 

The second part of this panel discussion will dive into how students and chapters simultaneously and successfully manage pending criminal or civil litigation while still participating in their campus conduct process and then each panelist will share best practices with our volunteers on how to better support our men and our chapters through a conduct hearing.  This webisode series is a must watch for any volunteer who is directly advising any of our SigEp chapters.