The Office of Student Conduct, Rights & Advocacy is looking for students to serve on the University Conduct Board (UCB)—a group of NKU faculty, staff and students who are charged with enforcing the Code of Student Rights and Responsibilities. To serve on the UCB, you must be impartial, fair and have excellent critical-thinking skills. Hearings occur, on average, about once per month. Since we are attempting to prepare a large group of you to serve on such panels, it is likely that you would be asked to serve only once or twice per academic year, based on your schedule and availability. 

Faculty/staff: This work is considered university service and will count as service in staff performance evaluations and faculty annual activity reports/RPT dossiers. 

Students: This work is considered university service and will count for Leadership University credit (2 credits).

Trained UCB members will receive a letter of service for consideration in these and other processes.

Multiple trainings are planned each semester to fit your schedule.  The first training is for baseline knowledge and you only need to attend one of the Baseline training sessions to serve on UCBs. Baseline sessions for fall 2019 to be announced.  

If you would like to support our process as a hearing panel member on alleged sexual misconduct panels, you must attend a UCB Title IX Training in addition to the Baseline training. If you would like to participate, but are not able to make these scheduled sessions, please email Bob Alston.  UCB Title IX Training for fall 2019 to be announced. 

Questions?  Please contact alstonr1@nku.edu.