Student Conduct Ambassadors (SCAs)

Become a Student Conduct Ambassador

SCAs are a team of students that work specifically with the Office of Student Conduct and Community Standards (OSCCS) to:

  • Educate their peers about the student conduct code, university policies, community standards and the judicial process
  • Serve as a liaison between the student body and OSCCS to bring forth student concerns regarding policies and work to recommend changes and implementation strategies
  • Develop and implement intentional active and passive programmatic initiatives through educational campaign and collaborative efforts with other campus partners

SCAs will be challenged with working with campus partners and their fellow peers to:

  • Develop educational and intentional programming around restorative justice, sexual assault, hazing and other student conduct related issues
  • Bring forth student concerns regarding student conduct policies
  • Recommend policy changes and implementation strategies

As an advisory committee to the office, SCAs are assist with:

  • Reviewing policy effectiveness, including identifying inconsistencies or mixed messages
  • Suggest improvements to the university’s approach
  • Serve as student resources for peers going through the conduct process

If interested in becoming a SCA, please fill out the Student Conduct Ambassador Application

For questions or more information, please contact Dr. Kyle R. Williams

Professional Development & Training

Becoming a SCA will afford students with the opportunity to develop their leadership skills. In order to serve as effective and knowledgeable programmers and facilitators, SCAs receive training in a breadth of topics concerning student conduct including but not limited to:

  • Restorative justice
  • Sexual assault/power based violence
  • Hazing
  • Alcohol and Drugs
  • Student conduct processes
  • Other relevant topics


The Student Conduct Ambassador Program is now accepting applications for the 2019-2020 Academic School Year!

Applications are able to be filled out through the Student Conduct Website