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Questions?

Thank you!

Aja Smith
Hilary Crocker
Resident Directors

Loyola Marymount University

Factors in removal?
Informed by the Social Change Model of Leadership Development
Short/Long Term Affects for individual
Community impact
University impact

Case Study

The mom
Empathize
Remind her that we are not able to discuss specifics of Valerie’s situation without Valerie’s written consent (FERPA).

Offer to obtain consent, so that we can all talk
Provide general information on judicial process, emphasizing that the judicial process addresses conduct within the campus community.

Case Study

Conduct continued…

Questions:
Would consult reports from Res Life Staff, Judicial Officer, Campus Safety/Police
Where did the alleged violations occur? In her own building/community?
Same location for all occurrences? All on campus.

Questions:
Where is she in the judicial process?
Has she been properly oriented to the Student Code of Conduct and Community Standards?
We want to make sure that Valerie has been given every opportunity to succeed/to fully integrate with the campus (Tinto). What did staff do to assist with her transition?
Housing liability? Consult with campus council

Case Study

Questions:
- Is Valerie 18?
- Based on her recommendation from Disability Services, what spaces do we have available that can satisfy the accommodation?
- Single Studio
- Rationale

Case Study

Mom continued…
We would offer to act as liaison for DSS/OSD who could more specifically speak
to how Valerie’s ADA eligibility might play a role in the judicial process.

We would offer to act a as a liaison to Judicial Affairs, connecting mom with appropriate personal and resources (Student Code of Conduct document).

Case Study

Resources:
Where is the student coming from?
Is the situation something that the university can support afterward? Is removal the only solution?
Counseling/Pysch Services
Campus “Crisis” committee – Who track “high-risk” students
DSS/OSD
Student’s RD
Student’s RA – did they observe concerning behavior?
Other in-hall staff who may have observed behavior
Faculty in Residence
Resident Ministry
Parent Programs/Services – Mom
Admissions – retention
FYE - retention
External Affairs – backlash from ADA community?
Our supervisor – keep informed/institutional culture and goals/past precedence?

Case Study

Conduct continued…
Where is the student in the conduct process?
She has multiple violations, in short period of time, so has she had the chance to learn.
From sanctioning or are these simultaneous occurances? Or did they occur more gradually?

Case Study

Conduct...

Director’s involvement
Judicial Affairs will be addressing the behavior not the disability.

Look to colleagues in Judicial Affairs/Dean’s Office to follow their process.

Willing to support any sanctioning that affects Valerie’s current housing assignment (i.e. removal).

Case Study

The Cat –
Consult and collaborate with Facilities/Res Services/Building Operations to create housekeeping
guidelines or cooperation agreement for Valerie to follow to preserve facility and community.

Case Study

Aja Smith
Hilary Crocker
Resident Directors
Loyola Marymount University

WACE 2014 Case Study

Mom continued…
We would offer to act as liaison for DSS/OSD who could more specifically speak to how Valerie’s ADA eligibility might play a role in the judicial process.
We would offer to act a as a liaison to Judicial Affairs, connecting mom with appropriate personal and resources (Student Code of Conduct document).

Case Study

The mom
Empathize
Remind her that we are not able to discuss specifics of Valerie’s situation without Valerie’s written consent (FERPA).
Offer to obtain consent, so that we can all talk
Provide general information on judicial process, emphasizing that the judicial process addresses conduct within the campus community.

Case Study

Conduct: Director’s involvement
Judicial Affairs will be addressing the behavior not the disability.
Look to colleagues in Judicial Affairs/Dean’s Office to follow their process.
Willing to support any sanctioning that affects Valerie’s current housing assignment (i.e. removal).

Case Study

The Cat –
Consult and collaborate with Facilities/Res Services/Building Operations to create housekeeping guidelines (for example a cooperation agreement) for Valerie to follow to preserve facility and community.

Case Study

Questions:
Is Valerie 18?
Based on her recommendation from Disability Services, what spaces do we have available that can satisfy the accommodation?
Single Studio
Rationale

Case Study

Questions?

Thank you!

Aja Smith
Hilary Crocker
Resident Directors
Loyola Marymount University

Case Study

Factors in removal?
Informed by the Social Change Model of Leadership Development
Short/Long Term Affects for individual
Community impact
University impact

Case Study

Resources:
Where is the student coming from?
Is the situation something that the university can support afterward? Is removal the only solution?
Counseling/Pysch Services
Campus “Crisis” committee – Who track “high-risk” students
DSS/OSD
Student’s RD
Student’s RA – did they observe concerning behavior?
Other in-hall staff who may have observed behavior
Faculty in Residence
Resident Ministry
Parent Programs/Services – Mom
Admissions – retention
FYE - retention
External Affairs – backlash from ADA community?
Our supervisor – keep informed/institutional culture and goals/past precedence?

Case Study

Conduct continued…
Where is the student in the conduct process?
She has multiple violations, in short period of time, so has she had the chance to learn from sanctioning or are these simultaneous occurances? Or did they occur more gradually?

Case Study

Conduct continued…
Questions:
Would consult reports from Res Life Staff, Judicial Officer, Campus Safety/Police
Where did the alleged violations occur? In her own building/community? Same location for all occurrences? All on campus.
Questions:
Where is she in the judicial process?
Has she been properly oriented to the Student Code of Conduct and Community Standards?
We want to make sure that Valerie has been given every opportunity to succeed/to fully integrate with the campus (Tinto). What did staff do to assist with her transition?
Housing liability? Consult with campus council

Case Study

Aja Smith
Hilary Crocker
Resident Directors
Loyola Marymount University

WACE 2014 Case Study
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