Serve on the Honor Board

Jill Kozloff ’13 writes in to encourage members of the Class of 2015 to apply to serve on the Honor Board.

Serve on the Honor Board! Wesleyan University maintains certain standards of conduct, both academic and non-academic.The Student Judicial Board is a peer-based judicial body which reviews and addresses all alleged violations of the Code of Non-Academic Conduct. The Honor Board does the same for all alleged violations of the Honor Code.

The Honor Board is now accepting applications from the sophomore class for two openings on the Board for the next four semesters starting in September 2013.Things the Board Does: All reports of alleged violations of the standards of academic conduct that constitute the Honor Code are adjudicated by the Honor Board. The Board exists to provide the protection of fair process to students alleged to have violated the Honor Code, to ensure that sanctions are commensurate with violations, and to promote uniformity in the handling of cases.

 The Board is essential in the ongoing conversation on the expectations of the Honor Code and how to best educate and inform incoming students on academic standards at Wesleyan. The Honor Board also serves as a constant reminder of our institutional values. If you are interested in becoming part of this essential component of the Wesleyan academic community, contact Kozloff at jkozloff[at]wesleyan[dot]edu for an application then submit your completed form to Lorna Scott, lscott[at]wesleyan[dot]edu by Friday, April 26 at noon.More info about the Honor Board here. If you have any additional questions about the Honor Board, feel free to contact Kozloff about her experience via e-mail.

Deadline: Friday, April 26th at Noon
Contact: Lorna Scott, lscott[at]wesleyan[dot]edu