Seminar and Workshop Information
The Office of Judicial Affairs strives to develop a sense of responsibility and accountability in our students. We have developed several workshops which help meet that goal. These workshops can be done in classes or for groups upon request. Please contact our office for more information or to schedule a presentation.
Academic Honesty (50 minutes)
This session is designed to inform students about the academic expectations that the College has of its community members. Students will learn the Standards for Academic Conduct and the judicial process and consequences for academic misconduct. Additionally, students will engage in a discussion about what consitutes academic dishonesty and the ethical gray area around conduct.
Ethics (50 minutes)
This session is designed to engage students in a conversation about their ethics versus community standards. Students will discuss how they make choices involving ethics and how they can hold each other accountable in the college setting.
The Office of Judicial Affairs offers three educational seminars as potential learning opportunities for students. Please contact our office at 274-3375 if you are interested in having a seminar presented to a class or student organization.
Alcohol Education Seminar
This is a workshop that allows students to discuss their alcohol use and learn more about campus and national norms from their peers. It is meant to educate students and encourage them to drink responsibly and avoid risky behavior.
Marijuana Education Seminar
This workshop allows students to discuss their marijuana use and learn about campus and national norms from their peers. It is meant to educate students about potential risks and give them strategies to reduce their use.
Fire Safety Seminar
This is a workshop about fire safety in the residence halls and apartments including information about staff, fire safety equipment, evacuation procedures, fire prevention and community responsibility.
This is a two session assessment regarding an individual's use of alcohol or drugs that also includes personalized feedback to assess their level of risk and provides information and strategies to assist in reducing that risk.