Student Conduct Board

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Become a student conduct board member

Interested in becoming a Student Conduct Board Member?

  • Are you looking for a way to get involved on campus?
  • Are you looking for a way to earn Engaged Learning points?
  • Are you looking for experience in the field of higher education?
  • Are you looking for ways to build your resume? 

If you said yes to any of these questions, please consider applying for the Student Conduct Board.

Please submit an application to the Office of Community Standards. (PDF)

Student Conduct Board Member Position Description


  • Current undergraduate or graduate student
  • Good judicial standing
  • Good academic standing
  • Ability to work effectively with Administrators and Students


  • Understand, interpret, and apply the conduct process as outlined in the Student Code of Social Conduct
  • Know, interpret, and uphold the University’s Statement of Community Values
  • “Model the Way” for fellow students by upholding the Student Code of Social Conduct in your daily actions.
  • Participate in annual training
  • Commit possibly 4-5 days per month for hearings (hearings last about 1.5-2 hours)
  • Participate in Lesser Level Appeals meetings, Community Standards Board Hearings, and Traffic Ticket Appeals
  • Be able to unbiasedly determine whether a student violated the Student Code of Social Conduct by determining ‘responsible’ or ‘not responsible’
  • Apply appropriate sanctions based off of the Student Code of Social Conduct
  • Work directly with the Office of Community Standards staff


  • Earn Engaged Learning credit
  • Work alongside other student board members and Administrators
  • Develop a better understanding of University Policy
  • Gain Conduct and Higher Education experience
  • Resume builder

*Board Members do not receive compensation for their efforts. All members volunteer their time.

Quotes from Board Members

  • "It has helped me be more involved on campus and make more connections."
  • "Being a board member with Community Standards has been extremely rewarding because of the simple fact that I get to interact with students and other Board members that I normally wouldn't interact with."
  • "I feel like I was able to be a part of a great community with amazing people due to the CSB."
  • "Working with other students and faculty on the Board has expanded my network at Rider."

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