|Peer Conduct Review Board (PCRB)
The role of the Peer Conduct Review Board (PCRB) is to meet with students who are alleged
to have been involved in violations of campus policies, and investigate such complaints.
The Board makes decisions regarding the facts of the incident, determines if a policy
was violated, and if so, recommends appropriate consequences for this behavior. Each PCRB
is made up of four students and a professional staff member who serves as an advisor to
the board. Boards are responsible for hearing common first and second offense incidents.
Successful candidates for serving on the Peer Conduct Review Board should have an interest
in fairness, building livable communities and assisting other students in learning from
life's mistakes. By serving on the PCRB, students can build interviewing, communication
and decision making skills. There are two boards that meet for three hours each
week. Meeting times are based on the availability of student schedules, normally during
the day or early evening hours. Service on the board is considered a volunteer position,
but members are given a $200.00 stipend for each semester of service.
Students with the following majors would find serving on the PCRB to be a useful way
to connect their learning to real life situations: Pre-Law, Social Change and
Development, Social Work, Psychology, Human Development, or Education.
Interested in serving on the PCRB?
Complete the application and e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org, or print-out and return to the Dean of Students Office (SS 2000).