UCB Application Process

The University Conduct Board (UCB) is comprised of faculty, staff and student representatives. Members of the UCB will adjudicate student conduct cases and use a developmental and educational approach to resolving violations of the student code of conduct. We work to promote shared values of respect, responsibility and civility at all stages of the conduct process, and these values are essential in serving on the UCB.

Members will participate in trainings to learn about the student conduct process how to be an effective board member. Training consists of at least eight (8) hours on-line, required in-person trainings and additional “Lunch and Learn” trainings on varied topics specific to ESU. Members must be available to assist with hearing cases and should expect to participate in a few hearings per semester. This is an excellent opportunity to serve the community, improve personal communication and active listening skills, and to learn more about the conduct process.

The application process for student members is open during the Fall and/or Spring semester each academic year. Student members must have completed at least one (1) academic semester here at ESU and have a minimum overall G.P.A. of 2.50. As part of the application, you will provide contact information, upload a copy of your resume, complete four short-answer questions, and submit the names of two professional references. Information sessions are scheduled during each application process, or upon request.

Currently, the University Conduct Board Application Process is closed. However, students are welcome to contact the Office of Student Conduct and Community Standards at any time with questions about joining the University Conduct Board.

Contact Us

Please contact Lauren Stemler, Coordinator of Student Conduct & Community Standards, with any questions.

Contact Information

Campus Address
Sycamore Suites, Lower Level
(570) 422-3461
(570) 422-3023 (Fax)
Title of Department Leader
Coordinator Student Conduct & Community Standards
Lauren Stemler