The Office of Student Conduct oversees the student conduct process for UMass Lowell and enforcement of the Student Conduct Code to ensure that the standards of the campus community are upheld.
The Graduate Fellow for Student Conduct is responsible for meeting with students to discuss potential conduct code violations and, if applicable, issue appropriate sanctions. The Graduate Fellow will be trained in the investigative process, and will meet with students who are involved in the investigative process to explain the process, the student’s rights and responsibilities, and the outcome of the investigation. Graduate Fellows in the Office of Student Conduct will be trained throughout their tenure to serve as university investigators and on the university Review Panel.
The Graduate Fellow will be responsible for administrative tasks that include scheduling meetings for a variety of hearing officers, assisting with the case management process, processing parental notifications, as well as supporting other administrative tasks as needed by the Director and Assistant Director of Student Conduct. The Graduate Fellow will assist in training other staff on the conduct process and supporting the Office of Student Conduct in presentations and campus programs as needed. The Graduate Fellow will also be expected to be available to answer student questions about the conduct process via email, phone, or in person. Attendance at monthly Student Affairs Division meetings is also a requirement.
The Conduct Graduate Fellowship is filled for 2020-2021.