The Student Conduct Board (SCB) is a student-driven hearing body composed of members concerned with the rights and duties of all students attending Arkansas State University.
In order to preserve conduct standards on campus, they hear information concerning alleged violations of the Standards of Student Conduct. This recognized student organization's purpose is to be proactive and reactive to student conduct issues through presentations on policies, and serving as a hearing body for A-State when cases are delegated to them by the Office of Student Conduct. They make decisions regarding responsibility for Standards of Student Conduct violations, and apply sanctions as appropriate for students found responsible for such violations. Members strive to be role models and promoters of the campus ethics embodied in the Standards of Student Conduct and in the mission statement.
Applications are now available for the 2019-2020 academic year. Applications may be completed online at the link below.
Applications are due by Monday, April 15th, at 5:00 pm. Interviews will be held Monday, April 22nd-Wednesday, April 24th in the Arkansas River Room. Mandatory training for new and returning members is Friday, April 26th from 5-7 pm in the St. Francis River Room.