Student Conduct Review Board

Student Learning Goals & Outcomes Assessed during 2005-2006

Co-curricular learning goals: The intended program outcomes are derived from the following co-curricular learning goals:

  • Collaboration and Teamwork:
    • Exhibit ability to develop group purpose and desired outcomes
    • Participate in the development and maintenance of healthy group norms
    • Challenge unhealthy group norms and behaviors consistent with ideals
    • Display strong relationships in the face of challenging situations and decisions
  • Ethical Decision Making:
    • Recognize the need for balance between freedom and responsibility
    • Make decisions on the basis of personal, ethical, spiritual and moral values
  • Effective Communication:
    • Ask thoughtful questions
    • Recognize that actions communicate individual and group values

Intended program outcomes: Through participation in the Student Conduct Review Board, members are expected to enhance their abilities/attitudes/understanding in the following areas:

  • Understand college policy and its role in community development
  • Learn the hearing process and its role at Gettysburg College
  • Describe how the student conduct process holds students accountable
  • Understand the establishment of group norms around sanctioning
  • Understand the importance of collaboration with students, administration and faculty in the student conduct process
  • Articulate the goals of the student conduct process
  • Learn how to make unbiased and impartial decisions through a thorough review of information available