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Get Involved with the Office of Student Conduct


Student Representation on the University Conduct Board

The University Conduct Board (UCB) hearing will be utilized in cases in which there is a potential that the student may be suspended or expelled from the University. Each University Conduct Board shall have no less than one student serving as a member of the board at the discretion of the chair. Typically two students (either both undergraduate or one undergraduate and one graduate student) will be asked to serve as members of the board.

Minimum Requirements for Membership

Recruitment of new students to the University Hearing Board

Apply Now by completing the online application here!


For more information about how to become a student member of the University Conduct Board please email studentconduct@psu.edu.

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Student Advisors within the Conduct Process

UPUA Student Conduct Advisors is a student run organization that works closely with the Office of Student Conduct. It is an organization that has dedicated itself to helping students through violations of the student code of conduct.

UPUA Student Conduct Advisors
314 HUB-Robeson Center

For more information email: upuastudentconductadvisors@gmail.com or follow @UPUA_SCA on Twitter

For assistance at a campus location other than University Park, you may contact Council of Commonwealth Student Governments (CCSG), or consult the Office of Student Conduct Designee List.

CCSG Legal Affairs
Twitter: @CCSG_staff
315 HUB-Robeson Center

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Graduate Student Internships

Opportunities exist for 10 - 20 hours-per-week internships for graduate students in The Office of Student Conduct. Typically, student interns are working toward graduate degrees in college student affairs, higher education, counseling, or a related field. Interns may conduct discipline conferences with students and participate in outreach and other special projects. For more information, please contact studentconduct@psu.edu.

120 Boucke Building | 814.863.0342 | Contact the Office of Student Conduct