A Conduct Advocate neither represents the student in the hearing, nor may a Conduct Advocate serve as a character witness for the Student. Conduct Advocates who work with students in Title IX cases are referred as “Title IX Conduct Advocates.”
An Advocate will determine, within their sole discretion, whether they are willing to serve as an Advocate in any particular matter. In the event a chosen advocate declines to serve in any particular matter, the student may select another person.
You can review the list of trained RIT Conduct Advocates and let our office know if you have a preference for a specific advocate. The list also includes Title IX Conduct Advocates.