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Dean of Students

Student Conduct Mission & Goals

 

UW-Green Bay Judicial Affairs Mission Statement

The UW-Green Bay student conduct system supports a campus community which is welcoming, safe and supportive of academic and personal growth. The student conduct system accomplishes this by making students aware of campus expectations, addressing complaints and holding students accountable for their actions. Maintaining fairness, objectivity and respect for each individual is also part of this process. Through the student conduct process students will learn critical thinking skills and inclusivity of other viewpoints so individuals can make the personal choices right for themselves and the campus community.

Goals

  • Support the UW-Green Bay mission by helping to create a safe, civil and positive campus environment.
  • Administer a conduct system based on fairness and objectivity, addressing the needs of the individual and community.
  • All participants in the campus conduct process feel heard and understand their rights and responsibilities as relate to the process.
  • Challenge community members’ behavior that does not adhere to community standards and support their educative process as they learn from their mistakes.
  • Partner with other campus resources to serve the whole student as they interact with the conduct process.

Critical Functions

  • Educate students on community living and their role in the UWGB community.
  • Provide mechanisms for reporting incidents or concerns.
  • Disseminating, interpreting and enforcing campus policies.
  • Advise students of their rights and responsibilities in the conduct system.
  • Investigate and adjudicate alleged incidents of student misconduct.
  • Create educational opportunities and sanctions to assist student in their future decision making.
  • Assess and respond to threats made against individuals, groups or the campus community as a whole.
  • Recruit, train and supervise members of the student conduct process, which includes the Peer Conduct Review Boards, Hearing Committees and related administrative staff.
  • Provide support for victims and other members of the community harmed or affected by incidents.
  • Refer students to campus or off campus resources as appropriate.