Dean of Students
Integrity Board

Integrity Board

  • Apply Now to be on the 2014-2015 Seattle University Integrity Board

    The Seattle University (SU) Integrity Board (I-Board) is a leadership program offering emerging student leaders the opportunity to cultivate a culture of integrity formation at SU. I-Board members develop life-long skills in facilitating and resolving conflicts through direct involvement in the student conduct process. I-Board members actively participate in the University conduct system, hear cases of alleged misconduct as it pertains to the Redhawk Commitment, and work to promote dialogue on ethics, citizenship, and student accountability through programming and event planning. 

    Expectations:

    • Must be a full-time undergraduate or graduate student
    • Must have a cumulative GPA of 2.5 or above
    • Must be able to attend Leadership Blitz  (Saturday, April 27th, 2013)
    • Must attend Integrity Board Training date

    How to Apply for the Integrity Board

    Applications are available online at www.seattleu.edu/integrityformation. To be considered for a seat on the 2013-2014 I-Board, submit applications here by Friday, April 4, 2014 or via email to Cobretti Williams. For questions, contact Cobretti Williams at williaco@seattleu.edu.

    Seattle University Integrity Board Information

    The SU Integrity Board (IBoard) is a leadership program offering emerging student leaders the opportunity to cultivate a culture of integrity formation at SU. IBoard members develop life-long skills in facilitating and resolving conflicts through direct involvement in the student conduct process. IBoard members actively participate in the University conduct system, hear cases of alleged misconduct as it pertains to the Redhawk Commitment, and work to promote dialogue on ethics, citizenship, and student accountability.  

    Roles and Responsibilities

    The Integrity Board (I-Board) is composed of students appointed by the Dean of Students. Students serve as peer educators and assume an active role in sustaining community standards.

    Conduct Hearings

    IBoard members are the only students at the University who are designated to hear conduct cases. These cases usually address situations that involve community issues including, but not limited to noise, alcohol, and damage. There are a minimum of three (3) IBoard groups with four (4) student members and one designated Hearing Chair.

    Integrity Board Commitments

    As a member of the SU Integrity Board, you will be required to attend regular meetings:

    • Annual Student Leadership Training in Late May.
    •  Monthly Professional Development Meetings, dates and times TBD.
    •  Weekly meetings with your respective hearing group. Times TBD.

    Important Dates & Events:

    Members are committed to attending Training Retreats, workshops, as well as programs and events. You must be able to attend the following training days in order to be eligible for the SU Integrity Board:

    Annual Student Leadership Training

    • Last week of May

    Integrity Board Training

    • Second week of September (the week before classes)

    Leadership Expectations

    • Must be a full-time registered student at Seattle University.
    • Must have a Cumulative GPA of 2.5 or above
    • Attend all scheduled training sessions and meetings.
    • Maintain confidentiality. The conduct record of any student is not to be shown or discussed outside of the Integrity Board hearing. This includes the names of students involved, and any details relating to the case. The vote of individual Integrity Board members is confidential.
    • Be familiar with the Seattle University Code of Student Conduct and policies. Understand its purpose and guiding principles.
    • Hold each student to a high standard of behavior, both to protect the campus community, and to promote student moral development.
    • Carefully and impartially review the information presented at the hearing and render a decision based on the preponderance of the evidence.

    Questions

    Contact Cobretti Williams, Coordinator of Integrity Formation Programs, at williaco@seattleu.edu.