Student Advocacy & Mentoring Training - Student Conduct Process

There are times when students need us to support them through tougher times, the student conduct process being one of those times. This session focuses on educating faculty and staff on how they can assist students as advocates and mentors throughout the student conduct process. A detailed description of RIT's behavioral discipline process is reviewed throughout the session. After completing this course, participants will have a better understanding of the universities behavioral disciplinary proceedings and be able to assist students as advocates within RIT's conduct process.

Facilitator Information: 

This session is facilitated by Joe Johnston, Director, and Jessica Ecock, Associate Director in the Center for Student Conduct

Tuesday, September 9, 2014 - 1:00pm to 2:30pm
Location: 
Louise Slaughter Hall Rm. 2140

If you require interpreting services, please contact cpdcoop@rit.edu as soon as possible.